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    What do they call the adjustable items that replace the shocks to set the ride height of the rear beam.

    I have seen them and will most likely make a pair but don't know what they are called.

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    Dummy shock.

    Ill take a photo of the one I have on loan from Adrian.



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    Aahhh that's the boy!

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    No sweat



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    You only need to make one as it's physically possible to do only one side at a time. Unless of course you have a friend helping you.

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    I'd also like to add that it's easier with the beam in a car and with a spare set of hands (preferrably still attached to someones arms I should add )


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    I see now how doing one at a time is the go. I have a spare pair of shocks so I was thinking at welding one of those solid at 330mm. I did just set the trailing arms using a spare set of stands and a measuring tape - worked quite well but I have not checked it on the ground for ride height yet.
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    should the arms be attached to a body?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djvu205 View Post
    should the arms be attached to a body?
    Trailing arms or human arms ????



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