[Healeys] Adjustable trunnion kits

John Kuzman jjkbj7 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 28 18:32:49 MDT 2018


Just finished installing one of the upper trunnion offset bushing kits on my BJ7 last night. Took it out today (Finally no rain in Ohio) and I like the results. My very crude method of measuring camber had me at 1 degree positive on the left side and about 3/4 degree on the right side. After a 10 mile run on some side roads and then freeway for 2 miles, I measured maybe 0 to 1/8 degree negative. I like the feel of not being on rails. I run brand new 165/15 tires on Dayton 60 spoke wheels. 

    On Thursday, June 28, 2018, 8:07:10 PM EDT, Stephen Hutchings <s.hutchings at rogers.com> wrote:  
 I'd be interested to hear about experiences with the adjustable trunnion kits that some of our suppliers stock. At this stage I don't really want to strip everything down to put in the adjustable shock plates, and because I've got a small discrepancy between the two wheels that I'd like to correct, using the offset bushes would be difficult to get the right amount of correction.I'm not sure I understand exactly how these trunnion kits work, because the photos of them have no rubber parts visible...Anyone done this?
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