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Jo Neyskens

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  1. Ah ok, thanks for the info. Then it's probably going to be the attachment body to the chassis?
  2. Is it possible that the shock absorber (KONI) is the problem?
  3. You only see it when you are in front of behind (little bit) the car.
  4. Oh sorry, it's 1,5 a 1,8 cm. It's 0,7 inch I think?
  5. Oh sorry, it's 1,5 a 1,8 cm. It's 0,7 inch I think?
  6. Oh sorry, it's 1,5 a 1,8 cm. It's 0,7 inch I think?
  7. Oh sorry, it's 1,5 a 1,8 cm. It's 0,7 inch I think?
  8. Hi Trevor, thanks for the comment and help!! I think the measures of the body are correct. Maybe the body is not properly mounted on the chassis. More rubber on one side?
  9. Hi RobH, thanks for your comment. You understood correctly :). One side of the body is indeed lower. I measured the chassis at various points but is is ok.
  10. My tr4 is lower on the driver's side. If I measure the distance from the ground to the chassis, it is the same height. The chassis is not damaged and has not had an accident. If you look at the car you can see it is lower on the driver's side. Almost 1.5 inches I think. In the meantime we have replaced the springs and the buses of the triangles but still standing lower. Can someone help me to fix this? The car is driving perfectly but it's a pity of the hight.
  11. Hi Stuart, may I ask what the price is for the spinners? So I know when I look after it what the cost is. Gz Jo
  12. Hi David, what are you asking for your set? How much do they go? Do you have a set of spinners also? Gz Jo
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