The rear is different.
Gone but not forgotten
A I glad to hear you are fine. I have ask for the price of teh coil-overs again. When you wanted to have a complete adjustible setup, then you have to pay about 3000 € without tax and shipping. The setup with non adjustible shocks (only hight) the are cheaper. I use the full race shocks.
I donot use yahoo mess, only msn mess.
this is my friend Hans
Also with the full race coil-overs.
Hi, sorry it took so long to answer you, I miss read your reply, and thought the question was for someone else.
Punch man that is low! how did you get yours so low like that? I know you posted here about it but you did a 2 inch drop? [/B]
So that I dont have to explain the whole process, look back a few pages on this thread, and it'll show you how we did the lowering.
I did go a little more then the "average" person would usaully go,
After going through the process of lowering, I took out the rubber pads that the leaf spring rest on in the a-arm or a-frame, I cut away some of it so it'll still have some pading there.
I dont have "coil over", cant afford them, so I make do with what I have.
Oh! to answer your question about how much I dropped the car, dont know for sure, 2, 2 1/2 inch drop? I know that it is physiclly impossibel for me to drop it any futher unless I go to a different suspension
This my vette
The first testride I did the cornering if I had chewinggum under my tires, but I thought it feels to hard, because it is also for fun for the lady's I think. So I raised the coils in the rear (that's now 1" between the tire and the fender) I cut of the rear fender for 0,5 " and the grandsportfender (inside) about 0,75". I set the bound and rebout slightly softer........
for the Netherlands is it lowwwww
ow low can we go?
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