The only thing I want to do to my ST(C?) class VR Wagon this year is front end geometry.
1. Camber (upper strut mount)
2. LCA angle
3. possable tie rod flip
My question is about getting the LCA angle down. As of now they are about level to slightly up with the subframe.
I've seen the TT spindle/LCA swap before but thats not going to happen ($$$).
So what I'm thinking is to relocate a Mk4 Ball Joint to the TOP of the LCA. Make a plate to go inside the LCA and run longer bolts through the whole thing.
Then I may need to do a tie rod flip. (I'm a machinist and will be drilling/reaming the old tapers and pressing new tapered bushings into the spindle) <-- If needed.
Has anyone done anything to fix the LCA angle on their Mk4's?