At 10:47 AM -0500 6/18/07, Lanoway, Brian wrote:
> Has anyone got
>any suggestions here to keep the rear of my TR6 off the ground when it's
>heavily loaded like this? Are there any springs from a particular vendor that
>you would recommend - or other solutions?
A number of years ago I had the same problem with my car. I installed
the "rally grade" springs from TRF. They are the stock free length,
but of a heavier wire. As such, they will raise your car a bit. My
car sits perhaps 1/2" taller than stock now, but that's fine with me.
I no longer have any worries of the suspension bottoming out on rough
roads or with a full load of personnel and gear. Something to
consider. Do not install these springs on the rear by themselves, as
you'll experience profound oversteer.
Phil Barnes (email@example.com)
Middlebury Center, PA (visit our new location!)
'71 TR6 CC61193L (30 year owner)
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