Vehicles (17 Jan 2019)
You can now add the vehicles you own to your profile as little icons that appear in your profile and alongside your posts.
This is a bit of an experiment. Take a look under the "REWARDS" menu across the top of the screen for the vehicles "ADD/MODIFY" option.
Let me know how you get on.
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Broken cross member
And may i just say you could do with a
L shaped bracket on top of axle so the spring sits level
It's a small L shape with spring attached
If you have a lift kit fitted say 2" then you need to lift the spring to match
But if in the picture your axle his hanging down with no lift kit just ignore ME lol
not sure how it works tbf
Mine has ABS so it's not got one fitted
Under no load the spring restricts the force to the wheel cylinders. A normal unloaded car needs about 70% braking force to the front.
If the rear is loaded it will compress the suspension and move the valve to open and increase the volume of brake fluid to the rear increasing braking force.
If you have ABS you dont need one as the ABS controller monitors the wheel speed at each wheel and can work out if it needs to increase the braking force to the rear.
If you dont have ABS, I'm pretty sure you can find info on setting the valve up. I seem to remember you adjust the spring to a particular length rather than an angle.
Nice, neat repair job. Those flap discs in the grinder make stuff look great!
Any signs of what caused it to break?
My current project is HERE!