If it doesn’t work no harm done. I am trying to get round the problem of having different wheels on a lowered car. I have tws evo wheels that are from a 155 narrow body, the offset is different and I can’t get hubcentric wheel spacers that are thin enough as they start at 10mm, which is too much. Because of the panhard rod pushing the axle over the leading arms are at more of an angle in relation to the inside left rear tyre and therefore rubs when cornering. There is no problem with the other side. I could end up with rubbing on both sides after centralising the axle
I too had a ser 2 with a drop of 80mm at the rear and had no problems, but they had original 14" 5 spoke revos on them.
The tracking reads, -4 on one side and +4 on the other side = no toe out or toe in, usual practise is parallel on a lowered road car, I’ve been told.
Hope that all makes sence
Just spoke to rallydesign, who said it’s called an in situ adjuster and are £10+vat, “the O.D of the threaded insert that you weld into your is 20mm.” The rods internal diameter is 21.8mm, so I guess I need a 1.8mm ish sleeve for strength and to keep it centralised, or would the chamfer help this? He said that after cutting the rod put a chamfer on it and slide the rod into the recess and weld up, then clean up thread.
just got a reply from rallydesign, who said "This is the only available size we have. You would need to sleeve or weld
it and drill a hole to puddle weld it."