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Old 01-09-2005, 00:58   #1 (permalink)
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watts link changes between models?

i was reading today on the net that the el watts link hat pin was lowered by 20mm to lower the roll centre.
was there any other changes of this pin on other models?
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Re: watts link changes between models?

Hi,
The upper rear trailling arm changed in length and mounting points.
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Re: watts link changes between models?

thanks al, but im after specific changes to the location of the pivot point of the watts link on the diff cover.
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Re: watts link changes between models?

As you stated earlier, the pivot point on the diff hat is 20 mm lower on the el than the ef
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Re: watts link changes between models?

do you know if the body pivot points were also lowered to keep link arms horizontal?
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Re: watts link changes between models?

The watts linkage arms are not horizontal any way and they are attached to the diff housing and not the body. The only difference is the location of the pivot point on the diff housing.
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Re: watts link changes between models?

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and they are attached to the diff housing and not the body.
the arms are attached at the other end to the body. thats how they manage to eliminate lateral movement of the vehicles body in relation to the diff housing.
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