At the rear, don't do the longer shackle routine. That causes some
weirdness in the rear end geometry. The car will take two distinct
arcs through the corner. Put spacers between the axle and the leaf
springs and install longer U-bolts instead.
I seem to recall something about using an MGB-GT front spring (Moss
has those for about $32 / spring), but I'm sure others have more
details on that.
At 09:08 PM 3/25/2007, Gary wrote:
>I want to lower the ride height on my 1962 TR-4 vintage racer. Currently has
>Koni shocks and an unidentified competion front spring with stock spacer.
>Rear suspension is lever shocks and leaf springs. I would lilke to lower the
>car 2 - 3 inches.
>I plan on making new, longer, rear leaf spring shackles to lower the rear. Up
>front, the first step is to remove spring spacer however that will only lower
>the car about 1.5". I seem to recall a previous discussion about MGB
>competition springs as an ideal replacement both for spring rate and lowering
>the front of the car. Any recommendations for sources for shorter springs and
>spring rates would be welcome. Thanks.
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