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Re: Heavy duty suspension

	i'll chime in with similar questions for my ur-q (which
	is now being pampered at 2bennett :)  i life in san
	francisco, the city with the worst roads in the state
	with the worst roads.  it's horrible here, clunk!

On Wed, 28 Oct 1998, David M Sugerman wrote:

:| Anyone have suggestions on what kind of suspension to go with? My 
:|driveway is a one mile long creekbed that's full of golf ball sized 
:|rocks. The current suspension is original, and needed replacing before I 
:|started torturing it on a daily basis. What other kind of damage might I 
:|be doing (tie rods, bearings, ball joints, etc...)? Should I do a total  
:|restoration when I replace the shocks? I'd like to keep the car at its 
:|current height for ground and water clearance purposes. Thinking a rallye 
:|suspension would suit my needs perfectly (although it might cost a bit much).
:|'89 80q 144k miles
:|'86 Snaab 900 199.8k (seems to take the abuse better than the q!) 

 '83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 -  chaotic good
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