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Re: [T3] Lowering and raising the suspension



JimA=> I had to remove the covers on a swing axle. Are things enough 
    => different on the IRS that you don't?

I've got about three inches of clearance between the body and the end of 
my (swing-axle) torsion tubes, which is enough to get the spring arm 
off, as I recall. I may be confused on this though, since the l9 
I ran this procedure was on my IRS Bus.

>> The upper swing arms are connected to the anti-sway bar, not a torsion
>> bar. No adjustment necessary. 
=> If you lower significantly won't you need to remove the whole Z-bar 
=> assembly. I think it will just engage all the time otherwise.

Z-bar assembly = upper swing arm assembly = anti-sway bar assembly?
If we're talking about the same thing, no; the upper arms rotate 
together on the ends of the same bar without limitation, so they work 
the same in any position.

Steven Ayres, Prescott AZ
'66 343

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