A friend of mine uses a pretty good method for adjusting the airbags. He loads the suspension as he would during staging. Have someone measure the left and right rear corners, adjust airbag(s) until the bumper is parallel to the ground. BTW His fast Buick T-Type runs out the big end in the mid to high nines
No airbags in this car though
Nice site Fred.
I book marked it for future reference.
I was looking at your info on radial and bia s ply tire combinations. I found this out the hard way. Put them on a car and it handled so badly it was like trying to balance the car on a fence rail while it was going down the road. It is amazing though, when I told other people about it, they just looked at me like I wasn't wearing any pants. ( To quote a fellow T/Cer. )
I sent you an eMail the other day. You may remember me from the Steering Coordination Days at Saginaw Steering Gear Division back in the good old days. I have some service information on Saginaw components that might be of help to you and the other Chevelle enthusiasts. Please get with me when you have the time.
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