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Re: Front Suspension Travel [Re: Frankenduster] #2538586
08/19/18 04:40 PM
08/19/18 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted By Frankenduster
Some people will berate you for NOT getting it aligned immediately after any height adjustment....Not me. I have never seen any difference in tire wear after making height changes.


Put it on an alignment machine and play with ride height. Big changes in camber. Our cars have a pretty aggressive camber gain under compression.

Re: Front Suspension Travel [Re: YO7_A66] #2538656
08/19/18 08:13 PM
08/19/18 08:13 PM
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First as mentioned by AndyF, no matter what car, what set up. None of them should be allowed to run out of suspension travel on the compression.

As for the tip making a clean spot on the frame, that is not bottomed out.

A K2500 Chevrolet truck comes from the factory with the bump stop touching at normal ride height.


69 Super Bee, 93 Mustang LX, 04 Allure Super
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