I put on my Hal, (QA1), last year, and I"m sure they came with directions, (i.e. torque specs), for all the various connections.
If nothing else, call Hal. I remember calling them and asking about alignment specs, and stuff after installing mine. They were very helpful and appreciative.
I like it alot. Looks alot cooler than that HUGE factory K member.
I hear lots of people pissing and moaning about the necessary trimming/adjusting/whatever to make it work, but tell me ONE piece of equipment for aftermarket stuff that some tinkering/tweaking doesn't have to be done.
You get loads or room, it looks cooler then hell, and you get a weight reduction.
You have to probably get adjustable caster/camber plates. You will have to extend the stock steering rod. And for sure, have it aligned after installation.
I highly recommend the Hal (QA1) crossmember..............
Did either of you guys get the HAL struts for coilovers (threaded aluminum body)? If so, how did those fit? I'm assuming you guys are running aftermarket lower control arms? I'm running into clearance problems at the lower end of the strut. I'm just assembling these pieces now. The struts contact the a-arms (D&D) when the front end is turned unless I drop the front end so low it wouldn't have ground clearance. Any info would be appreciated...