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Old 08-06-2008, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default ride height?

ok i just bought the associated ride height gauge to better set my ride height as in the past ive just eyballed it. now my question is where to i place the ride height gauge to set my ride height? i assume somewhere on the bottom of the a arm. does this qualify as a stupid question? LOL.
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ok i just bought the associated ride height gauge to better set my ride height as in the past ive just eyballed it. now my question is where to i place the ride height gauge to set my ride height? i assume somewhere on the bottom of the a arm. does this qualify as a stupid question? LOL.
I always measure my rear right underneath the tranny just ahead of the rear bumper, and the front just behind the kick up . You don't want to measure with the gauge under the arms because you will get an inacurate reading-especially if you are following a set-up that specifies for example 25mm front 23mm rear.
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