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TrannyLover

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TrannyLover last won the day on November 26 2016

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  1. Quick and free 1" front suspension lift

    Oh no! Half? How are you able to calculate that? Are you using a cad system? I better rethink my design....
  2. Quick and free 1" front suspension lift

    Also, your name is fifty150 and you're telling me something is unsafe
  3. Quick and free 1" front suspension lift

    You're being dramatic.
  4. Quick and free 1" front suspension lift

    Here's the bottom of the strut
  5. Disclaimer- don't try this, it's dangerous I found a way to easily lift the front of my tc for a little extra ground clearance. Takes about 20 min with just hand tools Remove the wheel, loosen the bolt that clamps the knuckle to the strut and slide the knuckle down the strut about 3/4". I was able to gain about 1" of ground clearance. The car has no change in handling and I'm really happy with the outcome. This gives the knuckle slightly less strut to clamp to so it could potentially bend the bottom of the strut if you hit something really hard but I don't see it being much of an issue.
  6. Disclaimer- don't try this, it's dangerous I found a way to easily lift the front of my tc for a little extra ground clearance. Takes about 20 min with just hand tools Remove the wheel, loosen the bolt that clamps the knuckle to the strut and slide the knuckle down the strut about 3/4". I was able to gain about 1" of ground clearance. The car has no change in handling and I'm really happy with the outcome. This gives the knuckle slightly less strut to clamp to so it could potentially bend the bottom of the strut if you hit something really hard but I don't see it being much of an issue.
  7. New owner

    Hey Amigos, new owner here in southern California. Stay tuned while I try to make this thing a little more baja adventure-worthy. I was able to lift the front yesterday nearly 1" for free! I'll do a little write up on it later.
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