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RE: [T3] (Photos) 1971 Notchback


I was looking more at the distance between the lower snubber and the arm,
the stance itself looks good but there is something fishy about the relation
of suspension travel and stance.

My Notch and Square both have the same distance between the snubbers and the
arms, yet the Notch is very noticeably higher in the front than the Square.

I really need to park them side by side on a FLAT surface and get out a
ruler and really get some concrete numbers.

Just need flat Concrete....

Keith
'
> Actually, this car has settled down with age, they sat higher when new and
> there was more room between the lower snubber and the arm, as it is now
the
> Notch will bottom out even on small bumps or when fully loaded.

I thought that the stance of this notch looked a lot like Keith's, which
seemed 
high in front. This notch looks to me like it has settled more in back than
in 
front.

-- 
Jim Adney
jadney@vwtype3.org
Madison, WI 53711-3054
USA

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