Re: [DML] Flexible Steering Couplings: Theory of Operation
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Re: [DML] Flexible Steering Couplings: Theory of Operation

> Guess which plane wheel vibrations are transmitted through: along the axis (from tie rod to input shaft)....

Okay, so the bushes with which the steering rack are mounted are clearly 
a design "flaw" and are no longer required. Why are you not advocating 
their removal in favour of a solid connection (as I'm sure your "other" 
cars have)?

> You have made it abundantly clear that you do not support this project.

Indeed, I believe in fixing problems that actually exist.

> I humbly suggest that you ignore future messages about the subject.

Nope, I fully intend to contest every one of your erroneous views. 
Entirely in order to ensure a balanced discussion, you understand.



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