Your advice as to adding Shims could be very much a remedy, I'd agree for
many reasons, But as far as my
interpreting "Droop" as Droop is in no way "sophistic" or argumentative.
Full Bump and Full Droop is the Basis for all Suspension Geometry
Nomenclature Baselines in between,
since I remember. It's not a You say tomatah I say tomatoe thing.
I never knew what constitutes "Droop" was a debatable issue in the real
world,let's hope the word
"Ackermann" doesn't come up. Someone might get their feilings hurt if they
thought it meant full opposite lock,
and had to endure correcting somebody, and it's PC aftermath. You're never
too bashful with a correction.
There's been no one holding back more or any more reserved with advice
I, as not to step on the resident
ham's toes here on this forum,or any other's.
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> From: "Randall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 12:38 PM
> Subject: Re: [TR] TR3A springs
>>> I could make plates as spacers between the spring and the axle for the
>>> pasenger side which will lower on that side.
>> Ignoring the sophistry about what constitutes "droop", I would follow in
>> factory's footsteps and add shims as necessary to lower the passenger's
>> In an ideal world, the new springs would match exactly. Here in the real
>> world, they often don't. Use the shims, Luke.
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