<VV> EM SHOCK
sshepard3 at earthlink.net
Thu Nov 1 15:14:50 EST 2007
I just put a pair of those shock on a '60. You need to open the slot in the
shock bracket about 1/8" toward the shock on each side. Use a burr, drill,
file etc. They work great. You can use the "heavy duty" ones but have to
open the hole for the shock in the lower control arm. Current standard "low
presure" gas ones are better than the old "regular" ones.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Trey Bosson" <corvairbo at yahoo.com>
To: <VirtualVairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 2:45 PM
Subject: <VV> EM SHOCK
> THE LOWER 2BOLTS THAT SECURE THE SHOCK ARE SPACED ABOUT 3 INCHES APART.
> THE DODGE SHOCK YOU WERE REFERING TO HAS CLEARANCE FOR ABOUT 2.25 INCHES.
> THE LOWER BRACKET HAS TO BE GROUND OUT ABOUT 3/8THS OF A INCH ON EACH
> SIDE.. IF YOU HAVE THE OLD SHOCK... TAKE IT WITH YOU TO THE STORE AND
> YOULL SEE A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE. AS FAR AS HEIGHT OF THE SHOCK THERE WAS NO
> [PROBLEM .I USED A 4" GRINDER AFTER SECURING THE SHOCK IN A VICE. ITS EASY
> TO DO . 30 MINUTES TOPS HOPE THIS HELPS YOU TREY IN CUBA
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