What is the gold part on the top of the hub for?
hardingfv32 wrote:This looks like a way to change the height of vertical location of the steering arm. As the hub rotates/steers the pin is guided up & down changing the height of the steering arm.
They are are modifying the bump or roll steer for some reason.
scarbs wrote:My guess would be the pins on the end of the track rod make the arm pivot rather than go up and down. Thus the slot in the far side of the clevis goes the opposite direction.
hardingfv32 wrote:So the gold part (TiN coated) is possibly moving in and out using a thread system. Possibly changing the toe adjustment as the car steers?