Doesn't this mean that moving the upper fulcrum inward, a la Irv Korey, would
be equally "illegal"?
"Jack W. Drews" wrote:
> There's one consideration regarding TR suspension that has not yet been
> I don't have a copy of the 1963 (or so) SCCA rule book, but having raced
> during that era, it sticks in my mind that the rules for production cars
> stated that suspension pickup points must be stock. This would prohibit
> modifying the chassis to move the pickup points. This rule was similar to
> the rule for radiators which said that any radiator was allowed as long as
> the original mounting holes were used.
> Maybe my memory doesn't work so well any more, like some of my other body
> parts, and maybe with all the other things that we do that are not
> according to 1963 rules, it doesn't matter. I would certainly not complain
> about another competitor who did this, but I won't do it.
> uncle jack