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Author Topic:   biscuit or spring on torque links?
dirtracr
Member
posted April 01, 2002 06:27 PM
Stay with the biscuit less maintenance just as fast if not faster. If everybody else jumped off a building would you? Stay with what works for you and dont worry about what everyone else is doing and you will be fast. Just my opinion.


Tom Asmus
Member
posted April 02, 2002 08:53 PM
I went from an AFCO spring pull bar to a ALLSTAR biscuit type pull bar and I am way more happier with the biscuit. Mod6m is right, way less maintenance.


dirtracer14
Member
posted April 02, 2002 10:22 PM
I ran the allstar bar last year and really liked it. The car was better getting in and more stable. I also have a allstar spring bar setup if it gets real dry.


dirtsquirt
Member
posted April 02, 2002 10:37 PM
I ran the biscuit pull bar all the time after I swithched. And our track was always dry slick. I just changed the angle of the pull bar from the heat to the feature!


dirtracer14
Member
posted April 03, 2002 07:59 PM
Ok for what its worth my car is a lot diff than most. I do decrease the angle with the rubber bar than say a spring. I ran the med rubber and it seemed to work real well. The angle that the bar is at will determan how you like the car and how the car likes it. I had to take alot of angle out do to the fact that it would lift the car all the way up. I can tell ya that when i put it in i felt as if i had more control of the car with the quick reaction to the rear. Just my cents for what it worth


#28
Member
posted April 05, 2002 08:39 PM
I think that is the same one, I seen it also I was going to order some of those bushings they sell for it to use in mine.


#28
Member
posted April 19, 2002 12:04 AM
D+M sells the same piece for alot less than lane. Its called the fixer.


#28
Member
posted April 20, 2002 11:16 AM
The # is 1 800 233-0571 they say to run 1" to 1.5" preload I think its better with about 3/8. The price in the book 95.00.


#28
Member
posted April 23, 2002 10:10 PM
You can get a new biscuit from GRP out of Oklahoma for $65.00 ea. You can get pull bar and biscuit for 140.00 for the both of them. Diff compounds for more travel for dry slick tracks.

GRP
918-810-1268


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