The rod end and the fork are threaded in right and left-hand threads so adjustment is easy, just crack the jamb nuts and turn the rod, no need to remove the ends to adjust! The forks bolt to the eccentric in the lower control arm.
The rear toe rods use spherical bearings and eliminate all the soft rubber. They also use pinch bolts so you can simply loosen them and turn the rod to quickly adjust the toe settings. The outer pivot point is raised to reduce toe steer over the stock parts on a lowered car. Fine adjustment of bump steer can be done with shims.
The front tie rod ends shank is longer than stock and raises the outer pivot point to have built in bump steer correction for a lowered car. Additional bump steer adjustment can be done via shims under the spherical bearings to finely adjust bump steer.
The front tie rod adjusters also have a pinch bolt to allow for fast toe adjustment.
To give the car a rear tie-down/tow location and to stiffen the subframe, we used this brace from Rennline. The brace is adjustable for length and allows preloading of the subframe for additional stiffness.