[TR] TR4 suspension mods
tony at tonydrews.com
Wed Nov 18 19:00:45 MST 2020
If it's really TR-6 stuff, the lower connection to the wishbone (that
weird screw thread thingy) is more substantial, easier to swap and less
likely to break.
- Tony D
On 11/18/2020 5:50 PM, dave wrote:
> I have an early TR4 (built in 62, titled in 63) with lots and lots of
> interesting mods.
> The original purchaser also owned a flaps and did all sorts of
> things. He also ran the car in lots of rallies, and there are a few
> unexplained holes in the dash.
> He sold it to a college kid, who drove it until it needed an engine
> rebuild, and parked it for a couple decades.
> I have resuscitated it, and have constantly run into things that are
> not stock.
> Here is my question – we are rebuilding the front suspension, and
> discovered (after I had bought the “correct” parts, that the upper
> control arms/wishbones and the ball joints are TR4A. I think the
> vertical control arms are TR4; we putting in TR4 trunnions.
> Can anyone explain to me the advantage of this?
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