[DML] Re: Front Suspension Compliance
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[DML] Re: Front Suspension Compliance

I continue to maintain, as I have since the brackets (and arms) first went on my car:
1) the sway bar is bendy as can be. It easily absorbs the LCA's arc of travel
2) by turning the mounting bushings around backwards, my swaybar also presses into an empty space rather than solid rubber

This is a new one, based upon complaints that Ed's brackets are mounted with bushings:
3) the LCA's are still minimally complaint fore/aft (the suspension can not lock itself up)

I checked my mounts last week. They still look pretty good to me -- how do they look to you?

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> Sure it does!  and it PROVES my point!
> http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/dmcnews/message/82559
> Where did I say it WOULD cause a failure?!  And don't give me hotel bar BS, because for me to have every said it WOULD cause ARB failure I would have had to have thought it first.
> I stand by my statements in message 82559.  For anyone running any LCA modification, I suggest you check the ARB mounts on a regular basis.  You (bill) have already agreed that LCA motion is limited, so why not be extra cautious with such a significant modification?
> Thank you for demonstrating that my memory of this discussion is accurate, and you are again wrong (in the name of "everyone is picking on me"). 
> --- On Mon, 3/12/12, content22207 <brobertson@...> wrote:
> > Does Message #82559 ring a bell?
> > 
> > You also stated your concerns very strongly in person the
> > next night in the bar. Why do you think I was laying on the
> > floor of the parking garage showing *OTHER* owners who
> > accepted the invitation to test drive my car how I turned
> > the bushings around backwards? Swaybar mounts figured very
> > prominently in your thoughts at that time.
> > 
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939


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