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robskins75
Member
posted July 07, 2003 11:52 PM
I am running a ford front clip on my Lightning mod and i am having trouble getting the ride height right. I had RF 16 degrees LF 18 degrees on top of A arm.Right rear was 6in. from top of axil tube to bottom of frame rail. We are having trouble with car bottoming out on right side. Frame height on right side where main frame bends up is only 4 1/4 inches from ground to bottom of frame rail.Please any info would help thanks


BigBlueFord
Member
posted July 08, 2003 01:01 PM
We run a Ford stub, different chassis manufacturer, but we use the front lower a-frame bolt for measuring ride ht's. Running Hoosier Super Chanilink A-40, we set ours at 8 3/4" to the center of the bolt.

Not saying it's right for your chassis but it might give you a reference points because that establishes the lower a-frame angle.

8 1/2" ride ht. for American Racers.


bobbuck
Member
posted July 09, 2003 07:45 AM
Robskins just listen to your dad remember" FATHER KNOWS BEST" Set the lower a frame level and see where your ride height is


Geffy95x
Member
posted July 09, 2003 10:42 AM
My father never raced cars but anyway ,your lower a's should be level.


nsb
Member
posted July 09, 2003 04:43 PM
our mod has a ford front stub to the bottom of the frame is 6" on the left and 6.75" on the right through the hole in the frame on the outside frame rail hsd raise front end up to get more chassis role


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