|03-23-2013, 09:34 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: May 2010
Modified All Sport Spindle Lift
Looking for any thoughts! I have a 94 DS Toaster with the 6" All Sport Spindle lift or (A Arm lift as some prefer) with 23" inch tires. The ride is enough to beat you to death in the front even with the shocks removed. So here is where I would appreciate some thoughts.
What Ive done is bought a set of used coil over shocks that came of a 150 china made quad (actually measured the same as a club car shock). I removed all the bushings and spacers between the lower A Arm and the leaf spring. I replaced the spacer with Small Block Chevy valve springs and put 2 of the bushings back on. 1 bushing is on top the leaf and 1 is on the bottom of the lower A Arm. I put the bolt back thru the the upper bushing thru the valve spring and then thru the lower bushing. (Had to put a section of rubber hose in the middle of the valve spring to keep it centered)
First thing I noticed was the front ride became adjustable by about an inch, this is due to being able to compressing the valve spring or by expanding it with the adjustment of the bolt. My travel is about 3-4 inches when I bounce on it and the rebound rate is extremely fast.
So the question is has anyone else experimented with the all sports lift kit in this manner on a club car?
Last edited by JIMRICE; 03-23-2013 at 09:39 PM.. Reason: mispelled
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