Gettin car sitting level
OK I've measured various parts of the car and don't know how much the ass has to go down to get it LOOKING more level. This post may get very boring too. By the way it's for a wagon
The grey strip that runs the length of the car is slightly angled up towards the back, 20mm higher at the back than the front. The height from the bottom of the grey strip on the side of the car at the front is 495mm and the back is 560mm. The distance from the bottom of the car to the ground at the front is 200mm and 230mm at the back. Then we put a plank of wood over the wheels at the height where the grey strip would continue and the distance from the top of the plank to the top of the wheel arch at the front was 120mm and the back was 80mm. The distance between the wheel arch and tyre is 65mm at the front and 115mm at the back.
Now this bit may get confusing, I reckon if we take the 20mm difference of the grey strip away from the height at the back, then subtracted the height at the front from it, it would give us the height we should lower it to get it looking level, which is 45mm. That would work if people were looking at the strip, but I reckon if they were looking at the bottom of the car it would look like the ass is lower. So then the difference to front and back is 30mm, But that might not be enough to get it looking right between the wheel arch and top of the tyre. The difference between the back one and front one is 50mm.
I've got no idea of which one to go off, I suggested 35mm cos that's a common size to buy the shit we are using to lower it with. If anyone has got their car looking level or at least a bit more level looking than standard can you please tell me what part of the car you used or look at for it to sit level, Sorry for boring all yaz
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