those help with alignment as well? i may be interested in those too if so.
and yeah, my body hurt for a week after just lowering the front of my 1st 987. lol, this time i have full strut/spring assemblies to swap in, so hopefully it's a lot easier.
what would make these unusable? is there a part that wears that i can't see?
The toe links allow for more precise toe adjustments which is a good idea for when you start changing the car’s geometry. I’m sure a lot more can chime in here about that as I’m not a suspension expert.
Sure I can send you some pics of the toe links - I’m again unsure of their condition as I wasn’t the one who took them out. I’ll give to you at a discount as I won’t be needing them anytime. As w the front links, they will be sold as is.
As for the drop link’s condition, I think what tends to wear is the Teflon coated joints as that’s where the movement happens. Some people use rubber boots to seal these off (can be bought separately) to lengthen life.
DM me your email and I’ll send you the pics for the toe links.