One front corner was slightly higher than the other so I put some spacing
washers between the spring pan and the "A" frame, where the 4 bolts are.
It has the effect of lowering that corner without altering the spring rate,
and the diagonally opposite rear corner comes up level.
Road handling has not been altered.
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Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2004 10:36 PM
Subject: RE: Re: Questions on a '75 Midget
> How did you make adjustments to the spring pans?
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> When my car leaned at the back I presumed that the rear springs had taken
> "set" and swapped them over. It made no difference.
> I then made adjustments to the front spring pans and this cured the