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Old 03-10-2004, 07:40 PM
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Yo BillyShope,
I was just going back over what you posted. Unless the bars are long ( which in this kit from Air Ride Technologies, they are not ), one can only at best keep the bars level and parallel with the lower bars, any deviation from that would cause the suspension to bind in it's multi functional travel. I think if you look at the pics of the frame again, you'll see that indeed the bars are either level or slightly angled down. I thought it through very carefully and followed the instructions to the letter. The differential travels it's full geometry of motion without any problem and that's a good thing, as the car will be equipped with Air Ride and at times be in the weeds.

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