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    Tyreplus in Phillip in Canberra can do 3 stud rims and I guess all the French stuff

    they have some new equipment for electronic, balance and stuff, nice people to they seem to

    understand Frogs , although they wouldnt drive one , , they are dangerous with no

    collapsable steer column and such like , but I drive it , and I actually like the feel , its not

    disconnected from the road like my other cars

    Its like my model planes I like them on the end

    of wires , not remote, control

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renburg View Post
    Tyreplus in Phillip in Canberra can do 3 stud rims and I guess all the French stuff

    they have some new equipment for electronic, balance and stuff, nice people to they seem to

    understand Frogs , although they wouldnt drive one , , they are dangerous with no

    collapsable steer column and such like , but I drive it , and I actually like the feel , its not

    disconnected from the road like my other cars

    Its like my model planes I like them on the end

    of wires , not remote, control
    If you are talking about a 2CV, a collapsible steering column wouldn't make any difference in a frontal crash. The rack is just below you feet, part of the front crossmember, bolted onto the chassis. There is no way the the steering column is going to be forced into the driver. If the steering column moves backwards, so does the chassis and the whole car.

    To set you mind at rest, have a look at a 2CV frontal crash test:

    http://www.cats-citroen.net/citroen_...crashtest.html

    John

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