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Old 01-26-2009, 03:16 PM   #1
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How can i lower the front and back roll center of my MI3? Is it just a case of lowering the ride height?
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How can i lower the front and back roll center of my MI3? Is it just a case of lowering the ride height?
You raise and lower roll center by inserting shims at the hinge pin pivot blocks. Where they attach to the bulkhead. If you have a setup sheet it is called out pivot block spacers. see attached.
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