I believe that most of the dirt oval racers replace the .56 shock shafts with the .71 shafts. I am not possative on those numeric sizes, but I believe that it is correct.
An easier, quicker, and cheaper way would be to replace the plastic shock end with a longer one. Try using a Dubro tie rod end or other after market tie rod end for planes, boats and helicoptors.
If you are running it on an on road track, I do not recomend changing anything on the geometry to get ride height except your preload on the springs. Make sure that you back the droop screws out first because they will limit your adjustment if they are touching the chassis.. The stock geometry should give you more than enough adjustment to get the ride height that you need.
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Last edited by smac; 05-29-2008 at 05:28 PM.