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Bottom Arm Dimensions

Post  nhazelwood on Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:23 pm

Its only me again...

This could be a quick question, or not as my questions go...

Front Suspension, Bottom Arm...What does a "Standard" bottom arm measure from the centre of the rubber bushed bore to the tapered bore for the swivel pin ?

This may sound like a stupid question, but Walle has got adjustable bottom arms & tie-rods. The length of the bottom arms was slightly different from side to side to take into account my previous skewed subframe Rolling Eyes .

If i know what the standard length of the bottom arm is, i'll have a starter for 10 when i start to assemble the suspension.

Cheers in advance,

Neil
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Re: Bottom Arm Dimensions

Post  nhazelwood on Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:58 pm

Sorted,

For future reference the standard length is 10.2" or 259mm.

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