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7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Have you thought about making em? No one else seems to be getting that project off the ground and you get stuff done

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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Arnt the torque rods both on the same side on the 7 and 9 series? Dont know how well that would work
05-29-2012 03:17 PM
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They're top and bottom so you can still change the pinion angle

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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Torque rods. Another reason grampa series is inferior lol
05-29-2012 10:26 PM
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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
240's have torque rods too..
05-29-2012 11:22 PM
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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
I know, my point is The setup on the 7 and 9 series is dumb imo.
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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
I've got some stuff workin on this. I have some emails out.

It would be cool to fab a subframe with adjustable mounts for changing the antisquat percent.
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That would be nice.

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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Ive got a PM out, but does anyone have a subframe kickin around that I can pickup from them for measuring for the adjustable weld on?


And I have this almost priced out, just working out the bushings right now.


I am going to price them where both are adjustable, and where the top one is the stock length and just the bottom is adjustable.
06-03-2012 01:56 PM
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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Ive got a PM out, but does anyone have a subframe kickin around that I can pickup from them for measuring for the adjustable weld on?


And I have this almost priced out, just working out the bushings right now.


I am going to price them where both are adjustable, and where the top one is the stock length and just the bottom is adjustable.
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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
I've got a subframe sitting over in storage and I've got a torque rod or two as well, with bushings in em, plus the setup that's on the car if you need measurements.

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RE: 7/9 Adjustable Torque Rods
Ive got Roy sending me a setup to borrow.
06-04-2012 08:08 PM
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