Cusco Rear Lateral Link Rear

Part #: CUS 692 474 L
MSRP: $574.00
( 14 reviews )



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Brand: Cusco
Adjustable: Yes
Bearing Type: Spherical Bearing
Camber Adjustable: Yes
Material: Steel
Toe Adjustable: No
Mfgr. Warranty: No Warranty
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Cusco's adjustable pillow ball lateral links helps control unwanted force under acceleration and braking. They are designed to secure traction in drifting and stability during acceleration under high speed cornering.

REVIEWS ( 14 )



Fantastic Upgrade
jamesc718133395 12 months ago
The control arms look amazing, are built like a tank, and do what the are supposed to do. Well worth the money and I would recommend them.
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Quality product, tough to adjust
skicrazi17 1 year ago
The build quality of these is well worth the money, plus they will save you the cost of new tires. They look great under the car as well. Bought these to correct about 1.5deg of neg. camber after a 1 drop. I was able to get the camber close to 0 but had these shortened to the limit and had the toe adjustment bolts maxed out just to get the toe back to 0. Still running a couple tenths of neg. camber. Wouldn't say they change the handling directly, just the camber which will affect handling. Adjustment is a bit of a pain though. The flanges on the rear subframe block one of the lock nuts which can make it tough to adjust. That's my only beef with them though. Definitely happy.

Stiffer and Adjustable Camber
teppey 1 year ago
This thing is actually heavier than OEM (2.6 kg/5.7 lbs vs OEM 1.7 kg / 3.7 lb each) but offers adjustable camber (OEM is non adjustable -1.3 degree) and made from thicker material. Just don't forget alignment afterwards.
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Super easy install - just mind your units
jpenner55 1 year ago
Very easy to install... would have taken about 30 minutes for both plus alignment. But I misread the instructions and broke a bolt. N*m vs FtLbs
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Sean H 2 years ago
the quality of these are perfect. installed on car and now i can dial in my rear camber and the car feels better now


  • AnswerQ: Stock Suspension  Kjan4 6 months ago

    My car is not currently lowered (I am on stock suspension) but I was looking to get a little camber out of the rear. Will these still work for my application?

    • A: These would work for your needs.

      Nick S. 6 months ago

  • AnswerQ: FXT Fitment?  rabid_alpaca 6 months ago

    I have a 2010 Forester XT sitting on WRX struts and springs that gave me about a 2.5 drop. Will these fit my FXT and if so how much camber adjustment do these provide? I'm not sure if I'll be ok to just go with a camber kit to correct my camber issue.

    • A: We cannot confirm these units to fit the Forester XT and have never had the ability to test.

      Nick S. 6 months ago

  • AnswerQ: Toe Settings  P-train 9 months ago

    I've got my 08' WRX Lowered with RCE Black springs and koni's giving me about -2deg of camber and its wearing the tires a bit unevenly. Will I be able to get away with correcting camber with these and still keep a reasonable toe adjustment with the stock adjustments?

    • A: Yes, you would be able to get enough camber adjustment out of these arms to correct your camber.

      Spencer H. 9 months ago

  • AnswerQ: Camber?  ryrybope61414 1 year ago

    Im on air and trying to get the most - camber i can out back. Would these be the best way to go about it? or would the GT spec/ Whiteline arms be better? -thanks

    • A: The Cusco, Whiteline and GTSpec arms will all have similar adjustment ranges and one is not necessarily recommended more than another.

      Zach G. 1 year ago

  • AnswerQ: Cusco vs whiteline  Opp123 2 years ago

    I know they are two diffiance material but Witch one is stronger built ?

    • A: We have not done a strength comparison and we cannot say that one is necessarily stronger than the other, but both are built very well and strength has not been an issue for either one.

      Zach G. 2 years ago