Re: [DML] Re: New composite underbody
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Re: [DML] Re: New composite underbody



Thickness and density are two different things.

If they've handed the job of making the underbodies to a third party who 
knows what they're doing, I can't exactly see a comparison with your 
heath-robinson approach to "engineering". And obviously you continue to 
misrepresent the "problem" with Ed's lower control arm reinforcements.

The use of composites has come a very long way in 30 years.

Martin

On 11/03/2012 18:02, content22207 wrote:
> Skin density has nothing to do with it -- I'm just waiting for anyone who argued against my LCA's to now argue against Houston's new underbodies on the same basis. Seems fair.
>
> I am not that person -- I have no issues with vehicle modification whatsoever.
>
> Bill Robertson
> #5939
>
>



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