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what kind of modifications would you have to do to your suspension (assume it's stock) in order to get hydraulics in your rider? i assume you would have to modify your control arms and many other things.

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What kind of car?
 

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Originally posted by cadillac_rider@Sep 28 2003, 08:50 PM
well i dont have one yet, but say its a late 60s cadillac deville. but would it really matter from car to car?
yes ever car has their own mods and mostly some of the cars has different suspension...... Different suspension means different mods and etc.....
 

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IN GENERAL YOU ALLWAYS HAVE TO REINFORCE THE A-ARMS ALONG WITH THE TRAILING ARMS.
IF YOUR REAR CYLINDERS ARE ON YOUR REAR AXLE INSTEAD OF THE T-ARMS OR IF YOU RUN ALOT OF BATTERIES IT`S A GOOD IDEA TO REINFORCE THE REAR AXLE HOUSING.
POLY URETHAN BUSHINGS FOR EVERY MOVING DETAIL IN THE CHASSIE IS ALLSO A GOOD THING, MAKES IT ALOT TIGHTER.
BUT LIKE CRAZY4HYDROS SAID EVERY CAR HAS THEIR OWN SPECIAL MODS TO BE DONE.
 
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