posted July 18, 2000 05:34 PM
When I change any spring at the track I first measure from the top of the shock to the bottom of the shock and reset that distance after installing the new spring. If you do that you're cross weights shouldn't change. I'm sure other people have there ways of doing it, that is just mine.
posted July 19, 2000 02:25 AM
I have always measured the car before changing front and rear springs. Have checked this with the scales and were right on. on our appl. we don't reset the RF at all when changing rates of up to 100 LBS. works fine. drop the RF out and just put the new in. If your springs have not settled or shrunk. Keep them newer, take advantage of the spring gaurantees. rear spring changes req. measuring because rates are so much lighter. JUST a THOUGHT
posted July 19, 2000 12:26 PM
quote:Originally posted by KK17: So basically either way is an accepted practice? (as long as you're close?)
P.S. Is this the same MelFer that races at ABC? I race at Souptown Mainly.
YUP How are you DOIN See ya saturday 1500.00 to win at ABC
posted July 24, 2000 05:24 PM
Right now we're battling for 6th in the points. Unfortunately due to a prior committment we are going to go to CLS. I know, I know , but the man that pays the bills says so! Who can argue with that? Good luck!!