ICON Vehicle Dynamics has introduced its Billet Aluminum Upper Control Arm System for the 2007-current Toyota Tundra. These control arms enhance the handling and articulation of the Tundra’s suspension. They are constructed of 6061 aluminum and CNC-machined for precise suspension geometry. The Teflon-lined uniball bearings installed in the arms articulate much more than the stock ball joint and are much more durable. Instead of the normal polyurethane bushings found on most aftermarket control arms, teflon-lined rod ends are used for smoother, quieter operation that ensures minimal deflection for accurate and stable handling. Other features include on-truck adjustability that improves caster and camber, spherical rod ends, recessed uniball with low-profile high-misalignment spacers, 17-4 heat-treated stainless steel taper adapter, and uniball dust cover to prevent premature wear. It retails for around $1,300 U.S.
For more information please go to www.iconvehicledynamics.com