Re: [DML] crumple tube
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Re: [DML] crumple tube



My front crumple tube on my old frame was collapsing on both sides.  While talking to another Delorean owner with a lot of experience, he said that was fromthe weight of the car as you brake being sent to the front crumple area.  Over time it fatigues that area.
Anyone else hear of this?
 
Erik


funkstuf <funkstuf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Closer look at Vin 941 reveals the need to replace the crumple tube.
Not due to rust, but, it clearly struck something on both sides
of the front extension. Wondering if anybody has done this and 
estimates on time and procedures.
Dale Funk
Vin 4984







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