Originally Posted by Kraproon
...for several reasons.
I just objected to the inference that I was posting suggestions with "safety aspects" problems. While most production control arms are stampings, virtually all aftermarket arms are weldments. These weldment arms are safely used by thousands of rodders around the world. That which I suggested is merely the conversion of a couple of stampings into a strong weldment. With a competent welder, the finished article is stronger than the original stamping.
A primary concern...when I post on any subject...is the safety of those involved. I have a son involved in motorsports and I would never suggest anything that I wouldn't consider safe for my own son.
Now, if you had stated that you didn't care for the appearance of a spliced arm, I would certainly understand. But, if you are including safety questions among your "several," I question your conclusions.