The toe control adjusters allow for adjustability of toe curves quickly, which is a big advantage for setting up a drift or grip car. The curves can be set to toe in under roll, toe out under roll or to be neutral.
The toe plates work in conjunction with the Limit Break drop knuckle and a special toe rod. The plates bolt to the knuckle and the toe rods go in one of 5 vertically spaced holes. This allows for adjustments in the toe curve.
Installing the brackets were very simple! Just simply placing the bolts within the allotted holes on the rear drop knuckle and tightening them down gets you there.
Here is the full view of the dual caliper drop knuckle with the toe brackets installed.
Now we are installing the 5-lug hub onto the rear drop knuckle. The knuckle comes equipped with spherical bearings to replace the stock soft rubber bushings. This assures that the alignment stays true under load and greatly reduces static friction which helps bump response.
Next, we install the PSM traction rods. The length is also adjustable and allows the rear drop knuckle to move forward or backward under compression. This also affects the toe curve. They also affect camber in conjunction with the upper arms.