Post about yourself, your Tercel, or your Tercel projects in here, share pictures of your Tercel, or post trip threads!
- Highest Ranking Member
- Posts: 519
- Joined: Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:58 am
- My tercel:: '86 SR5 4WD, 5AFE, lifted rear, 195/70/14 tires
- Location: Seattle, WA
The inner tie rod ends will have dropped with the rack, which is bolted to the crossmember. Having dealt with bump steer correction on my MR2, I'll tell you right now that 2" drop of the crossmember is going to require dropping the outer tire rod ends 2" to match, or else your bump steer is going to be pretty... Fierce.
- Advanced Member
- Posts: 89
- Joined: Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:06 pm
- My tercel:: 1983 Toyota Tercel SR5
Yeah, have done that on several previous projects. Our tie rod end is an easy design so thankfully won't be requiring anything particularly special should it prove necessary.
1983 Toyota Tercel SR5 - 7AGE swap in progress