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 Post subject: BA Station wagon rear suspension related question
Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 4:10 pm 
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Hi Guys first post on fordmods.
I have just lowered my BA Falcon Station wagon with SL King Springs in the front and 1 1/2 lowering blocks in the rear. All went well and the car drives very well except the rear left sits 15 - 20mm higher then the rear right. Any ideas to why this is? I have jacked it back up and looked around but there is nothing obvious.
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 Post subject: Re: BA Station wagon rear suspension related question
Posted: Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:43 pm 
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THEY ALL DO THAT SIR............do you have lpg with the spare sitting on the right hand side , i havnt heard a good explanation for this ,but maybe the spring manufacturers doit because of the camber on the road ,sorry i cant help more ....... airbags can be used to level them up
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 Post subject: Re: BA Station wagon rear suspension related question
Posted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:37 am 
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yabbie123 wrote:
THEY ALL DO THAT SIR............do you have lpg with the spare sitting on the right hand side , i havnt heard a good explanation for this ,but maybe the spring manufacturers doit because of the camber on the road ,sorry i cant help more ....... airbags can be used to level them up



Thank you for your post. No I don't have an LPG tank. I have been looking at others on the road and have also noticed that a lot of BA station wagons seem to have this problem but others are level in the rear. Very odd indeed.
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