I'm using design measures spindles and tires for my Corvette C5 suspension
What gun control measures Corvette C5 for producing round steel tube and crossmember support measures
See an example?
The answer to your question depends upon the CAD system you are using.
For me though I used susprog to work out the geometry then mad the mounts and parts to suit when it was all connected correctly on Solid Edge I then measured it all to make sure it was as susprog said it should be.
I hope this helps, I'm not 100% sure of the question.
I am new on here, but through a prior search for C6 corvette spindles for my project I found the link to your .stp files. I am currently using them in a model of my 1968 Oldsmobile 442 modified chassis I plan to build after modeling it. How do you go about setting the camber/toe/caster in the suspension in the CAD model? Do you use the planes on the spindle or the hub? I am interested as I plan to actually set this on my project today as of right now they are just placed in the respective locations. I know it isn't a gt40, but in the future I plan to build one or a similar car.
Thats a very good point. Those bearings are very expensive indeed. Especially buying all four corners. I'll pick some of those backing plates. I also recieved factory fives coilover relocation hardware they use on the GTM today. Decided to go with the C5 a-arms. Found enough room in my footbox to use them and not having something concrete was really slowing me down. Thanks for all your help.
I recently acquired all the C5 suspension pieces I need for my project. I noticed you have the bracket behind the wheel bearings that support the wheel speed sensor on the upright. Is this necessary in any way? Do you have plans for sensor? I have a new set of bearings and I'm looking forward to assembling them but dont want to leave something important out. Thanks!