Turning radius

Do not fix or fix

  • Leave alone, it will never go there

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • Add weld to knuckle to lower stop.

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • Thread an extension to the lower arm stopper but you will loose steering angle

    Votes: 1 25.0%
  • Machine back lower control arm stopper and thread a tall stopper on.

    Votes: 1 25.0%

  • Total voters


Comic Book Super Hero
Oct 22, 2017
The contact point in your set up seems to be at the top edge of that aluminum disc too. If that pic is at full droop. I bet it would jump over the stopper at full compression. Are you using G body spindles?

I am using Blazer spindles so I was thinking it's the odd combination of non stock parts. UMI control arms, the tall ball joints and Blazer spindles.
I didn't want to sacrifice any steering angle. It's already crap at 25 deg. Are all G bodies like this?

So as UMI suggested, I drilled and tapped the spindles for a 3/8 socket head cap screw.
that's awesome looks like the bolt will serve as the stop. I'm running stock spindles.that pic is with the suspension loaded btw.

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