A little rear camber?
On 11 August 2010 11:38, Jason Ostrowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Another memory from my childhood Triumph dreams from the paddock that
> concern rear suspension... You could almost tell who the fast Triumphs were
> going to be by looking at the way the car sat on the jack stands. The cars
> whose rear wheels and axles were flat and still nicely tucked under the
> fenders were going to fly. The ones that sagged to the grass...well not so
> much. When I was looking to buy a car I wanted one that when you jacked up
> rear... the wheels went up too!
> On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Jason Ostrowski
>> Yep, I can remember several instances In the long ago past where we used
>> walk the paddock after a big SCCA weekend at Road America looking for
>> FF tires to use on our Club Raced Spitfires and Gt6's... That still had
>> plenty of life left in them to run up front in a Triumph in Midwestern
>> On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 9:53 AM, <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Jason,
>>> On Wed, August 11, 2010 10:16 am, Jason Ostrowski wrote:
>>> > we use hoosier street T.D.'s and although quite expensive and
>>> > not long lasting (half a season for the fronts)
>>> I had to chuckle when I read that. I guess its all relative!
>>> I was lucky to get two race weekends out of a set of tires
>>> on my FF. If I wanted to stay at the front, I needed fresh
>>> tires every weekend.
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