Upgraded Toelinks

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I've got some play in my toelinks (not sure if inner or outer), so need to replace them, but I'm thinking its probably best to upgrade whilst I'm at it.

Any advice which type and where from?

I see Elise Parts do a kit for around �250, and Elise-Shop do 2 kits (1 standard, 1 lightweight) for around �245 & �335 respectively. Are those my only upgrade choices, or does anyone know of others? And what would people generally recommend? Supossedly I don't actually need to upgrade the rods - just the toelinks, but I'm not sure if the upgraded toelinks are available separately or are compatible with the OEM rods.

Advice welcomed!

I should add, they are required for an Exige S Cadena if that makes any difference.

Thanks.
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ade
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Just use the later spec Lotus ones, no need for anything else really ;)
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[quote=ade]Just use the later spec Lotus ones, no need for anything else really ;)[/quote]

That's good to know. Cheers.
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[quote=ade]Just use the later spec Lotus ones, no need for anything else really ;)[/quote]

Is that so? Even for using stickies?? :)
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ive just installed the latest Lotus OEM inboard Toelinks on my ExigeS. My car has the brace kit already fitted. the joints were well and truly fooked. Ive been told the latest ones are much improved and not made from cheese!
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