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Author Topic:   Harris Chassis rear suspension
Reign
Member
posted August 04, 2000 01:15 AM
what is a good set up for a harris car i am currently running a 2 bar with a 5th arm set up ive herd about z link and 3 link and 4 bar whats this all about and whats the plusses and minuses about them i am a rookie this year to modifieds and i guess im doing ok
im just looking for ideas for car next year i run on a 1/4 mile clay semi banked track thats heavy most of the time all night


web01
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posted August 04, 2000 09:53 AM           
what year of harris is it? i would leave it as it is. their 2 link with 5th arm setup is consistent. a friend runs a 93 harris with the 5 th arm and it is a fast car + its only his first year.


Reign
Member
posted August 04, 2000 08:22 PM
it is a 93 harris

anyone else on this board a west coast racer?

web01
unregistered
posted August 04, 2000 09:07 PM           
does your car have the brake floaters? when you run it and the track is slick, put the left lower link in the top hole and the right in the bottom hole on the frame. run a 225 spring on the 5th arm in the middle or the front hole on the arm and use a rubber biscuit hooked to the top of the safety chain to pull on. take off the shock when you run the biscuit safety chain setup. i am a former employee of harris. if you want more info email me at rwebsterb@aol.com or around 10pm or so sent me a instant online message if you have aol.


web01
unregistered
posted August 04, 2000 09:08 PM           
when i say put the links in those holes i am talking about the 2 links on the frame not the brake floaters


Reign
Member
posted August 10, 2000 12:01 PM
thanx for the advice guys
im sure itl help once i geet my engine rebuild blew it 2 weeks ago


Modracer05
Member
posted August 10, 2000 01:08 PM
Reign,
I see your in Antioch. We're in Oregon.
We are thinking about coming down for the show at Antioch in Sept.
What should we expect? I've heard its been a crashfest in years past.

drop me an email.. cmyrph@aol.com

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