Re: springs again
THANKS GUYS btw my front sway bar is only 21 mm and my rear 19 mm thought
they would be thicker .So maybe a heavier sway bar and wagon springs will
tighten it up .
"Mike F" <"mikef2316()"@allsttream.nett> wrote in message
> James Sweet wrote:
> > John Robertson wrote:
> > > Can some one please tell me is it possible to fit the springs of a
> > > into a sedan in an effort to tighten up the rear end on my 1990 turbo
> > > not sagging just seems soft handling .As well with my wife son and
> > > ,an 82 litre tank full, its a bit low to the ground .Did the front end
> > > gas shockers back one are fine just those springs dont seem taunt
> > > put 225 x50x 16 inch tyres on and they do a good job as my older
> > > seemed to be hard with age as well as low on tread .The Fulda extremo
> > > psi seem to grip well .Incidentally the Pirellis were 205x 55x 16 .
> > >
> > >
> > You can swap the springs, as I did, but the wagon springs don't feel
> > significantly harder than the sedan springs did so I'm not sure there's
> > any difference. On the 240 the wagon springs feel substantially stiffer.
> That's assuming he doesn't have a 760 sedan, which would have the
> multilink rear suspension. In that case, the only choices are new
> Nivomats or a kit from IPD (ipdusa.com). On the solid axle cars, wagon
> springs are a good upgrade.
> Mike F.
> Thornhill (near Toronto), Ont.
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