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Anyone know where I can get Landrum Spring Adjusters

I love the idea of being able to adjust the front end like this vs cutting
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Re: Anyone know where I can get Landrum Spring Adjusters

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Re: Anyone know where I can get Landrum Spring Adjusters

Whats your opinion Dave. Its a 69 coupe fro Sunday cruising. I wanna use it to dial in ride height.


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Re: Anyone know where I can get Landrum Spring Adjusters

I have them, but a pain adjusting try Tyler at ATS he has a modified version
that makes adjusting them easier.
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Re: Anyone know where I can get Landrum Spring Adjusters

That's the problem, they are hard to get to.
I've seen the threaded adjuster ring welded into the subframe top, then a bar welded across the adjuster tube, with a hole in the center for the shock to bolt into. The whole adjuster with shock can be screwed up or down. You have to make a tool to grab the adjuster. This requires tubular upper arms.
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