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when you say coil-over does it mean that the cylinder goes into the coil or the cylinder is installed on top of the cylinder using cups to push against the coil.
 

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it's the only way to do a rear setup..
lets you 3 without worry about your coil popping out :biggrin:

if you do a coil over, you will need to attach the end of the cylinder shaft to the axle somehow, usually power balls or Heim joints..
 

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That would be other then the tech section. Ihave read that but would like an actual set up so it makes more sense. What keep the top of the cylinder from slapping around? :uh:
 

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nothing..
some people will make a bushing from pvc pipe, or a square block of plastic with a hole in the center... that way the cylinder hits the plastic and not the metal body of the car..

I'll dig up some pics..
 

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Hey 216 rider, that first shot is of an Impala correct. Is there a bridge needed? What car is the second shot of? I noticed the heavy bridge in the picture. Thanks for the pics :biggrin:
 

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1st pic is for sure an impala
others are a 4 door regal...

no, you dont need a bridge

3 wheel your ride old school style with just the cylinders..

chains belong on dogs!!
 
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