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Originally posted by Lolohopper@Feb 16 2010, 02:28 PM~16629879
Where ist the "right" position of the strokehole at the frontend of an x-frame. (no ****)
Please post some pic`s   

ya i went ahead and fixed that for you this time.... but you need to watch yourself on the l.i.l's ;)
 

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Originally posted by Lolohopper@Feb 16 2010, 02:28 PM~16629879
Where ist the "right" position of the strokehole at the frontend of an x-frame.
Please post some pic`s

The cylinders sit at an angle and close to the dog bone
 

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dont use the shock hole as a pilot hole. in the past ive drilled the pilot hole about 1/2 inch lateral to the shock hole. towards the outside of the car, not towards the cross member.
 

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Originally posted by lone star@Feb 16 2010, 04:10 PM~16630631
dont use the shock hole as a pilot hole. in the past ive drilled the pilot hole about 1/2  inch lateral to the shock hole. towards the outside of the car, not towards the cross member.
Kenny is right.
 

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Originally posted by Lolohopper@Feb 17 2010, 04:55 PM~16641861
This one looks good to me because the stroke and the springpocket of the lower arme are in one line.


I think i use the shock hole and change the bar on the upper arm like this.



i like the 1.2 turn of coil trick to allow the cylinder to sit in, too bad i dont have a 6fo
 
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