So far we’ve taken a look at ANZA’s SC LCG Chassis and the shock towers and I’m sure you can guess by this post, there is more. Here is a grouping of their suspension components. Starting with the Hinge Pin Set (Part ANZA3640) these screw pins are a bit different than the stock pins. The hardened steel pin has a large washer-style head on one side and is threaded on the opposite end and is secured in place with a ny-lock nut; this set-up is ultra secure. Next under the pins in the photo ANZA’s light-weight hard anodized aluminum pivot balls (Part- ANZA5529). These pivot balls are machined in the same shape as the stock balls, but are much lighter than the stock steel units so there is less sprung weight on the suspension. Now to the really neat items, the front caster blocks. ANZA offers two styles of blocks, a 0 degree (Part- ANZA3632) and -5 degree (Part- ANZA3633), but instead of the camber link bolting to a tab on the block, these are an adjustable king-pin style mount. The kingpin goes through the camber link ball and washers are used to raise or lower the camber rod to alter roll. And finally the rear hub carriers; these machined aluminum units are offered in 1 degree (Part- ANZA3652) and 2 degree (Part-ANZA3655) toe increments, come with bearings, a bearing pinch spacer and screws with nuts to retain the camber rods. The carriers have four possible camber rod locations to alter roll. Like the ANZA parts we’ve taken a look at previously, all of these parts have performance or durability improving features. The other little bonus is the gray anodizing matches across all of the components, so when you pick up a chassis and some rear carriers the colors look the same. Style is important to your race machine too!