Re: [DML] Re: Eibach springs/shock set
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Re: [DML] Re: Eibach springs/shock set



How about posting some pictures?
   
  Chris
  6301

delornut@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
  I'm an original owner with 25 years of driving the DeLorean. When I bought 
the car I hated the 4x4 look with the extreme high front end. The first time 
I exceed 100mph the car felt as though it was close to going air borne and 
needless to say there was little feeling of control. At the time the only 
option was the cut and swap which I did. Handling improved dramatically as 
did the way the car looked. I drove it like that for many years replacing 
the original Girling shocks once during the years they were available. When 
Marty had the Mid-States softer progressive springs made along with the 
shock kit I switched to that. The ride improved considerably and the 
handling diminished only slightly. The problem I incurred was the softer 
suspension settled too low when the trunk was full of luggage. I ended up 
with a rubber doughnut between a pair of coils on each side of the front 
suspension. ]





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