[DML] Re: Upgraded Front Suspension
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[DML] Re: Upgraded Front Suspension

Can we consider the the Byrne/Uding combo vetted then? I've logged nearly 600 miles thus far with excellent results.

I do think that butting Ed's outriggers against hardened washers is better than the shock towers. It minimizes the amount of rotating contact area, yet still gives you a full size area for the outrigger to press against. Polyurethane bushings are also very squeaky -- by rotating metal on metal, rather than bushing on metal, squeak is removed. 

The LCA end does not rotate against the LCA of course, so that isn't a concern (I slipped a fender washer in there anyway to keep the bushing from digging into my paint job). 

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "ja307020x" <ls@...> wrote:
> I've been running the same setup since fall of 2010, combined with Martin's higher-rate front springs and Spax shocks.
> Previously I ran:
> *Stock
> *PJ Grady springs with the Mid-state shocks
> *The above with DPNW ARB urethane bushing kit
> *PJ springs, DPNW ARB bushings, Spax shocks
> *And now Martin's springs, Ed's arm kit, Byrne's LCAs, Spax, DPNW kit, etc.
> I don't drive often, but when I do I don't drive lightly.  So far this latest combo is my favorite solution, even on frequently punishing Michigan roads.
> -Luke
> 10270
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@> wrote:
> >
> > These are off the shelf parts. Perhaps you should take your concerns to Ed Uding and Byrne Heninger.
> > 
> > I do believe I am the first owner to combine them.
> > 
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939


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