Dan Styduhar, who has been helping me with my TR-3 for the last three years,
sent me the following email. Does anyone have any opinions on doing this --
advantages or disadvantages? I am still using the old style steering with big
steering wheel (not the rack and pinion setup). Sometimes, you can engineer
yourself into a slower stage.
While you are straightening out the rear
axle/suspension I would like to rebuild
the front suspension as I had indicated
in an earlier email I sent you. I have
done this on my TR3 rolling chassis project.
You have the TR4 A-arms on the frame out in
the backyard. All you have to buy are the TR4
upper ball joints and the 3 degree trunions.
This will give you just a wee bit of caster
and should improve the steering.
Let me know what you think?>>
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