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Push Rod Bell Crank Suspension

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The goal is to use an unequal length double ‘A’ arm wishbone setup. A ‘push rod‘ transfers the suspension loads to a ‘bell crank‘ mounted on the chassis. The bell crank ratio has been tuned to provide a slightly rising…

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Locost Push Rod Rear Suspension

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Anti Squat Independent Rear Suspension for a Locost / Haynes Roadster is not easy. I have used push rod rear suspension to get a rising spring rate and reduced hub weight

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Kit Car Cantilever Suspension

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Setting up Inboard suspension on a kit car is a time consuming process. one that involves hours of measuring, clamping and tack welding.

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Push Rod Suspension

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Push Rod suspension doesn’t have to be complicated, many kit cars or Haynes Roadsters could have it at virtually no extra cost.

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Push Rod Cantilever Suspension

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The push rod suspension on the rear of this Haynes Roadster is almost complete. The reduction in un-sprung weight should help handling, but more importantly they look GREAT.

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Kit Car Push Rod Suspension

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Cantilever push Rod suspension allows for a rising spring rate during bounce and roll. Unsprung weight can be significantly reduced and cornering performance increased.

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Haynes Push Rod Suspension

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Push rod rear suspension is definitely the way to go on a Haynes Roadster.

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Bell Crank Suspension

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Fitting Inboard Bell Crank Suspension to a Haynes Roadster or Locost is a lot easier than you’d think. Cheap too! How to choose the right cantilevers and coilovers.

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