Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
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Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension

Nobody here can answer that question accurately.  You would need to take it up 
with your insurance company in your state.  As an example, whatever State Farm 
covers in New York may not be the same as what State Farm covers in Minnesota or 
what Geico would cover in New York.  


From: K.L. (KAYO) Ong <klo@xxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tue, November 8, 2011 2:56:29 PM
Subject: Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension

I had posted a question a while back on this subject and it was left 
unanswered.  These modifications by everyone are a major structural 
change for the front end.  I believed all these modifications are not 
the original DMC engineering from decades ago that are on filed as 
DMC-12.    Although the modifications  ARE improvements.  The 
questions are: What happens and if there is a failure and and there 
are "property" and or "bodily harm" caused by failure?  Will the 
insurance company STILL cover the mishap?  Or will they wash their 
hands of the matter?  I am curious and not cleared in this area.  Law 
suits can be a financial disaster, if not life changing if there is 
no coverage for the modifications.

Kayo Ong
Lic 9D NY

On Nov 8, 2011, at 12:15 PM, Marc Levy wrote:

> Seems obvious that an upper arm was cut and attached to the lower 
> arm..
> BTW, I thought I posted the link to these photos a week or so ago? 
> I guess it did not get sent out?
> --- On Tue, 11/8/11, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > From: content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
> > To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 12:10 PM
> > A kind soul just pointed me to these
> > pics of Rob Grady's personal LCA's (10,000 points to the
> > first person who figures out how they were made):
> > 
> ash4/317417_271401022905155_100001057778755_832024_2077365710_n.jpg
> > 
> s720x720/377163_271400979571826_100001057778755_832023_459186805_n.jpg
> > 
> s720x720/377059_271400929571831_100001057778755_832022_999504283_n.jpg
> > 
> s720x720/313027_271400872905170_100001057778755_832020_829589403_n.jpg
> >
> > Obviously Rob's LCA's have no fore/aft movement whatsoever,
> > which should to lay to rest once & for ever fears that
> > lower wishbones will rip the sway bar off the crumple
> > extension (anyone who has ever stood one on end and flexed
> > it knew that argument was a Red Herring all along -- the
> > sway bar is bendy as can be, which makes it totally
> > unsuitable to serve as a backwards thrust arm).
> >
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939
> >
> >
> >
> >

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