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What did you do to your wagon today?

Discussion in 'Escort Wagons' started by NightWulf, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. novanutcase

    novanutcase FEOA Member

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    I've kept an eye on mine and after a couple years it's still going strong with no leaks or anything.

    John
  2. Failingschool

    Failingschool FEOA Member

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    its a beand new one i got. Should be mostly calibrated. I'll check have to check it against another one.
  3. 1993tracer

    1993tracer FEOA Member

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    I would hope they would have a whole section on the old Mopar suspensions. The torsion bar front ends with offset bushing upper control arms worked exceptionally well. Almost no nose drive on hard braking, forces transferred directly in to the frames and extremely low roll axis. The rear axles with the offset leaf springs that acted like traction bars and built in anti roll bars also worked very well. I had a small block 74 Dart which I upgraded to heavier torsion bars and springs and a little 3/4 to 7/8 inch front roll bar and Diplomat 15x7 rims with gatorbacks. I could outrun z 28's preludes etc on clover leafs and out brake Lincoln mark VIIs
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  4. wasthatawagon

    wasthatawagon FEOA Member

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    Hey hey!! Got my tie bar for my wagon 2 days ago!! Annnnd these!!
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  5. novanutcase

    novanutcase FEOA Member

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    Failingschool FEOA Member

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    Nice, I need a set of those for the front and rear sometime whenever I decide to lower my wagon.
  7. Failingschool

    Failingschool FEOA Member

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    Had to rebleed my master cylinder. Hate bleeding them

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