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Old 11-22-2018, 11:13 AM
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Your looking at the spindle.. that makes a little more sense... sure balljoints are good
Thank im having hard time translating the item. Cause in French it called fusee direction or axle so i had no clue how to call it jn English. But its impossible to find the red one. That i need.
Ow and i do have a bit of play in the left lower arm (i know that is bad but again can't find the same arm and the spindle are not the same anyway)
 
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Old 11-22-2018, 11:18 AM
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Default Spindle


Look this is the wrong one

As u can see the angle aint the same...


Kinda hard to show but voila
 
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Old 11-23-2018, 03:45 AM
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I got it, the silver stub axle is from a different make, you need a stub axle to match the red one. You could get lucky with the Chinese parts suppliers, note the webs on the casting and multiple sharp steps on the red stub axle, but it is hard work looking through all those stub axles, I had the same problem on a Honlei, nobody seems to stock stub axles for that either.
 
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Old 11-23-2018, 04:47 AM
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I got it, the silver stub axle is from a different make, you need a stub axle to match the red one. You could get lucky with the Chinese parts suppliers, note the webs on the casting and multiple sharp steps on the red stub axle, but it is hard work looking through all those stub axles, I had the same problem on a Honlei, nobody seems to stock stub axles for that either.
Yeah basically that is the biggest problem ..
​​​​​​Finding that part is impossible .. And i don't feel like buying lower control arm of a bashan + axle stubs. That ia like 130€ spend... But i dont see a other option .
 
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Old 11-24-2018, 07:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Zrock View Post
Your looking at the spindle.. that makes a little more sense... sure balljoints are good
Ball joints?
Btw i ordered 2 spindle of aliexpress cause my last crash broke my original one also i bent the part that holds the steering thing on the spindle. But what im looking for now is the silent bloc for the lower arm (cause one moves front to back its slides on its own) i know you can buy the silent bloc but don't know where. (cause again i don't wanna buy 2 new lower arms that are 37€ a piece.) . If i can get 2 silent bloc for less then 5€ and fix the moving arm. I mean i have 2 weeks to wait anyway so i got time to find things.
Sorry for my wierd words, its a mess between people helping me in French saying the items in French that i don't know in English (not that mécanic I try my best)
 
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I hadn't noticed, the top ball joint is adjustable for camber, so you should be able to alter it to make the same camber on the "silver" side. This is a bit of a specialist job. Some garages can set it using special gauges, similar to track rod adjusting equipment, which you also should get set to suit. Can't guarantee this would work 100% as castor angles could also be different, but I think not.
 
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Old 11-24-2018, 08:09 AM
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I hadn't noticed, the top ball joint is adjustable for camber, so you should be able to alter it to make the same camber on the "silver" side. This is a bit of a specialist job. Some garages can set it using special gauges, similar to track rod adjusting equipment, which you also should get set to suit. Can't guarantee this would work 100% as castor angles could also be different, but I think not.
Yeah but the wheels is already positive (or im confusing camber im stupid) camber and since i can only put more negative camber on it from above i need less but can't move the lower joint. The red spindles is perfect straight but silver is yeah
The lower paet of the wheel is more in, and top is more out. That is positive camber lel... So can't fix that but i need euh silent bloc (what ever u call that in English) for my lower arm, its moves on its one front to back.
 
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Old 11-24-2018, 12:51 PM
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okay, bushing they are called in english i need new bushins for my left lower arm thing.
 
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Old 11-25-2018, 03:47 AM
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Here in the UK there are engineers merchants, who stock bearings, chains, belts and bushes for use by people who maintain machinery. Most big towns have one or more of these suppliers, and they can get all available bushes, though they can be expensive, and the type with metal outer parts that press into the A arm, can be difficult to remove.
 

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