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Author Topic:   GRT Modified Chassis.....
NJantz
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posted December 16, 2003 01:00 PM
I run an 1996 desgin #197. set up as a standered 3 link.


36modracer
Member
posted December 17, 2003 06:52 AM
i have a 2001 #350 which is swingarm and also had 208 chassis which was a 98 year model swingarm. this 01 car we had built differently. them moved the cage back 4 inches and over to the left. also had them build in to the back some tubes for brackets to run shorter trailing arm tubes. we run a longer one on the leftrear than rr. seems to work pretty well, car doesnt do the best on dryslick still. at the end of the last year we took the rear trailing arm off and locked the lr and it worked real well. looking forward to improving on that this season. only have 41 nights on the car in 3 seasons so still in great shape. not alot of them around here in illinois though. i understand they have a new 4 bar mod that is a pretty nice piece. little pricy though.


Dman
Member
posted December 17, 2003 09:40 AM
id love to get a new one because of all the spares ive gotten saved up over the years with that brand but sounds like the new cars are a bit high price. i know you get what you pay for but seemed a bit high. going to use this one another year anyway so ill see what next year brings. id like to see pics of the new cars if anyones got them.


NJantz
Member
posted December 17, 2003 04:03 PM
yes ours hit as well all the time so we cut part of the lower rail out and put a tube in with a good size bend in it and it is better. we were finding that as the car rolled over and the rail hit the rearend it would loosen the car up and bring the rearend around. once we did this tube, the car rolled much more and was getting better bite through the corners.


Dman
Member
posted December 19, 2003 07:21 AM
GRT has moved the left side lower rail in which will give the left side more hang or drop.We check ours and the shock or eliminator will max out first.It has alot more room if you want your car to do that sort of thing.


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