Adjusting Toe-in Using Tape Measures
- 20 Jun 2005.
Fellow 912 owner Sterling Vaden
was the inspiration for this article. He showed the use of an angle iron to do toein measurement.
This discussion emphasizes the rear wheels because ...
Elephant Bushings for the Front
- 05 Mar 2004.
previously installed polypropylene-bronze bushings for the rear
of my car. I've been very happy with them. When offered, I jumped at the chance to put some on the front. These are the same design as the rear but are suitable for the early ('65-'67) cars.
If you have a late '67 or '68, you need to check to see if the front suspension is the same as the early model or is like the '69 and later before deciding which bushings to purchase.
Elephant Racing Rear Bushings
- 19 Aug 2003.
we had a chance to talk to Chuck Moreland of
about their [http://www.elephantracing.com/suspension/bushings/bushings.htm PolyBronze ...
- 26 Jun 2003.
I replaced the shocks July, 2003, after John Thornton drove my car after I complained about wondering on the road. The front right and rear left were not working correctly.
Koni shocks and struts were optional and were fitted to my ...
912 Toe-in Adjustment
- 25 Mar 2003.
When backing out of the driveway, I heard a rattle from the front suspension when the front wheels crossed over the last bump to the street. It was time to change the tie-rod and lower ball joints.
In addition there was a bump ...
- 01 May 2002.
This page is under construction
Starting measurements from the floor to the fender measured on a line that goes through the center of the hub cap.
Diagram of the Front Suspension
- 05 Jan 2002.
1. Shockabsorber strut
2. Brake disc
3. Steering intermediate shaft
4. Universal joint
6. Steering tie rod
7. Adjusting screw
9. Transverse control arm
10. Steering post
11. Steering gear ...
Rear Spring Plate Bushings
- 11 Nov 2000.
The rear suspension components include a flat spring plate with a tubular torsion bar carrier welded on and rubber bushings on both sides, a rear bearing cover and a torsion bar. Last weekend I took the rear bearing cover off to ...
Last modified: Sat, 11 Nov 2000
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