Well I have had the idea of building these rolling around in my head for a while now and due to the fact that this has been keeping me up at night thinking about it, I am finally going to do it. My goal is to build tubular lower control arms that will be used with coilovers and eliminate the torsion bars. Here is the kicker, it will use the factory K member with little to no modification to the K member. It will also use the factory spindles, ball joints, strut rod and sway bar mounts. For those of you naysayers start, the LCA's will have three attachment points to the K member and will be very strong. I plan on using urethane bushings instead of heim joints, so daily street driving will not be an issue. I have already collected some parts, dies and tools are on order to get this going. I will be building a couple of jigs over the next few days. The LCA's will be fully tig welded and stronger than other arms that are out there. I have a habit of building things overkill. My test mule is a fabo member that beats the crap out of his cars and if they pass his inspection then he will be installing them on his car first. Those of you that want to start bashing have at it. Here is what I am starting with. It's a very rusty, but straight K member from a 73 equipped with a sway bar.