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

From: "Martin Gutkowski"

> Ed's setup attempts to restrain the fore/aft movement of the arm 
> altogether when there is a reason for it in the first place.
> Martin

What is the intended fore/aft movement in the LCA? What's the reason for it 
and what good does that movement do?

I can't see any advantage in having LCAs so sloppy. To me this setup is 
nothing short of a disaster. Under braking when the arms move back they 
compress the springs unevenly, put unnecessary strain on the shocks and the 
most important thing it destroys the entire geometry of the suspension 
system - caster becomes positive, camber becomes positive, toe goes way in. 
If the goal here is to loose grip and destroy the tires then this setup is 

Am I missing something? Please put me on the right track.

Thank you

Greetings from Poland!
Tom Niemczewski
Vin 6149 plus 2418, 3633, 5030, 16473, 17086
Google earth: 52°25'17.66"N, 21° 1'58.40"E 


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