[DML] Modifying front end..
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[DML] Modifying front end..

If you have reinforced the crumple tubes where the ARB mounts, then your car is clearly not a valid data point for advocating the LCA modifications being discussed.

Again, just to be clear, I am not saying it is good or bad! 

Can you explain how your custom recall brackets improve handling?  Wouldn't making the crumple tube "significantly stronger" defeat the purpose of a "crumple tube"?

--- On Mon, 3/12/12, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Those are custom recall brackets. The
> factory recall brackets transfer upward swaybar forces from
> a flat piece of 16 gauge low carbon steel (more genius Lotus
> engineering) to one vertical piece of 16 gauge low carbon
> steel. My brackets accomplish the same thing, albeit to
> *TWO* vertical pieces of 16 gauge low carbon steel -- and to
> a 1/8" thick aluminum I beam (the so called "Heath Robinson"
> modification that actually makes my crumple extension
> significantly stronger in the vertical plane than a stock
> vehicle -- another reason my car handles so well).
> Bill Robertson
> #5939


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