On May 9, 7:34am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Subject: RE: 5KTQ steering Questions
> I too would agree that the 5000 has a very tight turning radius for the
> size of the car, the example being a '87 5kTQW.
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Seems to be directly related to the fact that the engine's
longitudinally mounted: most other FWD cars have tranverse engines
and a consequently large turning radius. RWD cars are another matter:
I had a Volvo (yes, wanna make something of it? :-)) 740GLE wagon
which would turn on a proverbial dime.
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