Postage cost can't be calculated. You must be logged in to post a comment. Drop me a line if you want: I'm not sure I agree with Bill, but I'll leave it at that as he is profoundly knowledgeable. All rubber bushings need to be looked after frequently, and they should be replaced with neoprene or metal substitutes. His rebuilds are guaranteed for life and should last that long. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will depend on when your payment clears - opens in a new window or tab.
If they test good, I'm wondering if I should change the shock oil. I removed the four mounting bolts and took out the old shock passenger side non-leaking shock. Add to Watch list Watching Watch list is full. Tube Shock Conversion Posted by healeymatt. Measure the distance between the two shock mounting points and subtract the clearance between the rubber and the bump stop plate.
Spridget Front Suspension Tube Shock Conversion
However, we found an issue with new Midget fronts: What I lack in mechanical background and knowledge, I make up for with enthusiasm! Share Andrew Taylor 6 hours ago. Always replace rubber bushings between front shock and kingpin. Such lively, direct little cars. If you go with a Frontline or Costello conversion then that becomes a non issue but that's expensive and not usually done.
Replacing the first one took 3 days, the second took 1 hour Same mounting at the bottom but required welding in of small turrets just forward of the bumpstop. The most obvious car to look at is a Mini which is as light as a Midget and has a similar amount of travel. This with the base plate pointing downwards. I removed the four mounting bolts and took out the old shock passenger side non-leaking shock. Whatever you need, we have it, and cheaper than the competition!