[200q20v] Spring rate?
brett at pdikeman.ne.mediaone.net
Wed Feb 21 00:04:15 EST 2001
At 8:55 PM -0500 2/20/01, Neil Swanson wrote:
> I saw rates at usS4.com for S-cars (the V8 rate looks high, the other
>rates low, maybe too low), and someone in the NE is running 10/11 inch 250#
>springs in the rear of an S-car but what about the '91 200 rate? Ideas?
Fact? HAAAAAA<choke wheeze cough>...sorry...nearly fell out of my
Semi-related...ask Rob W about his "200q20v allroad"
incident(involved a 200q20v, a set of S-car springs, and a whole lot
of cussin' after the car came down off the jacks, from what I
Personally, I think he should have pulled the page out of the manual
about "not an offroad vehicle", put on some Baja King(TM) tires/fuzzy
dice/Yosemite-Sam-mudflaps/chrome rollbar with happy-face lights, and
never looked back.
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