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>HermanH=> how to raise the rear, do I have to adjust the torsion bar?
>
>
>Yup. It's not particularly difficult, but there's some work involved.
>The procedures are covered fully in the better manuals. Briefly:
Do I have to do this on both sides or does the torsion bar have a way of
evening it self out?and it is enough to do it on one wheel.
>Push the axle rearward to clear the spring plate.
I wasn't  able to do this because of the suporting arm to the Hub ass'y.
>Pull the spring plate outward enough to clear the frame stop. It'll flip
>  down, but not violently.
It seems to be very tightly fastened are you sure the spring plate can move
on the torsion bar?
>Tap the torsion bar out of the spring plate. It's better not to
>  pull the torsion bar all the way out, as this complicates the
>  situation.
do I have to open the covers in the body to get the torsion bar moved enough
? these don't exist in my car they where covered with sheet metal.
>There are two torsion bars in the lower tube and a stabilizer bar on
>  top. Ignore the upper arms.
What about the limiter above the torsion arm it is also connected to a
torsion bar, what part does it play must it also be adjusted?
I'm also having trouble returning the torsion arm to its place there is some
sort of ring inside it has to fit into.
-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Ayres <comwest@well.com>
To: type3@vwtype3.org <type3@vwtype3.org>
Date: &shin;&bet;&tav; 17 &yod;&vav;&lamed;&yod; 1999 16:42
Subject: Re: %,hering and raising the suspension



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