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Re: Torsion level suspension
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Packard Don
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It looks great and I want one!

Posted on: 1/4 18:21
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Re: Torsion level suspension
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It needs a few things to go from prototype to production.
To support 55s, I need to change the current sensor, add two isolators, and make an adaptor cable.
I'm thinking of changing the timer to be more accurate by changing from a 555 to a crystal.
I need to make more complete documentation.

I'll keep you posted.

Posted on: 1/6 18:49
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Re: Torsion level suspension
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Fantastic explanation of functionality - goes way beyond the factory info. Good job!

Posted on: 1/6 20:11
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Re: Torsion level suspension
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Dwight Heinmuller
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The reason your car changes level, on its own is due to worn out front rubber control arm bushings. I have new bushing kits. packardparts.org

Posted on: 4/21 1:01
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