38mm's a new one on me I thought 40mm is the stated lift by Ironman for the CollieBIG clean GREEN said:I need to do it again once it's settled but it's around the 40mm mark, Ironman do state it's about 38mm!
Your body lift really does make a massive difference towards to lookBIG clean GREEN said:What did you get?sae70 said:.........here's the measurements Now bear in mind that these were taken over two seperate days using my block paving as the flat level surface So not to British Standard then
NSF plus 44mm, OSF plus 58mm, NSR plus 53mm, OSR plus 62mm, centre front plus 52mm & centre rear plus 47mm
Looks as though ignoring block paving errors shes gone up about 50mm all round
BIG clean GREEN said:I feel like a kid with a new toy, every time I walk towards it I grin to myself, even with the Std tyres on it looks good, so just imagine when I finally get the KM2s on
viewtopic.php?f=14&p=55319#p55319BIG clean GREEN said:My SL may not be quite as much as yours Steven due to it being a LWBsae70 said:Maybe But I think that this is more likely...........
The original springs fitted to Fiery must be sha***d
I've loaded her up today for a day @ my local P&P site Bures tomorrow (Sunday) & I've put it all in as I would like to have it Now I already know that all of my kit (HI-Lift, Waffles, Spade, Blocks of wood, Chain, Tools you get the picture all of my gear) weighs 120.85Kg my new storage box 22Kg & the coffin 15.6Kg roughly totaling 160Kg Is this alot of weight for a cruiser As I came in I looked back @ her & thought 'she looks low' So I got out me tape & she's droped 4cm on the back end from the figures above & gained 1cm on the front But worse than that she'a down hard on her bump stops @ the back end