I have an adjustable torque arm (BELOW) awaiting collection, and the wheel should be with me middle of next week.
I've two questions,
......the final drive kicks upwards relative to the drive shaft, shortening the torque arm will raise the rear end which is the main reason I'm fitting it, but it should straighten the final drive joint which should make it less prone to failure, d'ye think this would is this the case ??
, I saw a photo on here (BELOW) where the torque arm was bolted to a mount welded to the swingarm, it was correctly suggested the weld could tear out of the swingarm if the load was to great which would be bad, but what was the benefit supposed to be ?