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26 Re: Lowering My Bay on 12/8/2011, 2:53 pm

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paddy wrote:If you don't specifically NEED to be able to adjust the height at the front again, after you've lowered it................... you don't need expensive adjusters.

When you've drilled the dimples you cut a slot the right length for the drop, screw a beetle wheel bolt in the tapped hole in the centre section (same thread), and knock it round. Then weld it all back up again.

One lowered beam - no parts required.

edit: needs critical measurement & calculations - the slot length is critical to the drop you'll get wink

Thats almost how i done ours. smile

27 Re: Lowering My Bay on 12/8/2011, 5:09 pm

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oilyT wrote:
paddy wrote:If you don't specifically NEED to be able to adjust the height at the front again, after you've lowered it................... you don't need expensive adjusters.

When you've drilled the dimples you cut a slot the right length for the drop, screw a beetle wheel bolt in the tapped hole in the centre section (same thread), and knock it round. Then weld it all back up again.

One lowered beam - no parts required.

edit: needs critical measurement & calculations - the slot length is critical to the drop you'll get wink

Thats almost how i done ours. smile

Easy innit smile

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