dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 20 13:18:44 EST 2003
Before I get the catcalls of downgrade and all that, please hear me out;
curious for junkyard rebuilding solutions as below.
Some friend of mine are doing reconstructive surgery on a 200 that's been
G60'ized, and one side of the front suspension is "compromised." Having not
seen the car, can't say, but their guess is the bearing carrier is toast.
As we are not exactly sure on what potential donors are, was curious if
somebody could help out. We think the G60's were used on earlier t44's,
later V8's, the URS4, and the C4 100/A6, but don't know for sure on all
counts. Also, weren't there differences in ball-joint size which also
limits donor prospects? And last of all, does anybody know if the lower
control arm length is the same for all t44's, or if that's the part
responsible for altering the front track width between our 200/V8 and the
other 10-valve t44 iterations?
Enquiring minds want to know...
thanks in advance.
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