Adrenalin 4x4 Heavy Duty Castor Corrected Radius Arms
When a coil sprung Land Rover is lifted the caster angle of the front axle is changed. The effect this can have is vagueness and the lack of self-centring of the steering. For trucks with suspension lifts we recommend fitting caster corrected radius arms to return the steering to the correct geometry. We have a range of sizes and degrees of correction available. We have 2 sizes available, early narrow type (38mm) to fit DEF up to approximately 1992 or RRC up to approximately 1986 or later wider type (44mm), to fit all DISCO1’s, DEF from approximately 1992 onwards and RRC models from approximately 1986 onwards, each available in 3 different castor options, standard, 3 degree for 2/3 inch lift or 6 degree castor corrected for 4/5 inch lift.
These radius arms were born from the design brief given to us by the Mudsport winch challenge team. A radius arm was required that would survive the toughest competition environments without breakage or deformation. After looking at countless broken/failed conventional I section designs we decided to go back to the drawing board and design something totally new and bombproof!
Our arms have now undergone over 4 years testing in the top winch challenge events, pay and plays and fast road use and we have had very positive results and feedback with no breakages to date!