New knuckles going in the car this week with new bearings and ball joints, then i can get the whiteline rod ends in as well. The next small project is going to be making a new steering coupler, i made mine out of spare parts when i built the forester and its pretty much had it by this point.
Also i cleared space in my basement (finally dealt with those dead hookers down there) and brought in a work bench to make a wiring/electrical area to use. Just need a small light and it should be good to go.
careful with the steering coupler. Subaru put a very specific clock rotation on it to rotate smoothly. When i modified mine it screwed up the rotation oscillation and i had to keep trial and error rotating it to even out the yoke velocities
Why should we be paying to keep guy's like Chris Watts and Michael Glance alive?
Ive made 8-10 of them, orientation isnt as important as being square. Ive seen these on the shelf that arent all assembled identically they vary in how the yoke is clocked. Ive been trying to find parts from suppliers to assemble a 100% new joint, but no one can make a GC splined section (for a reasonable amount of money) so im trying to find a machine shop that can make a broach to spline a smooth bore yoke section