Coil-over Springs Are Installed, Ride Height Set, The Jumpacan Is Officially A Roller!!

In todays episode were installing the coil-over springs and setting our ride height. And then we start working on a custom axle adapter for the manual transmission.

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34 thoughts on “Coil-over Springs Are Installed, Ride Height Set, The Jumpacan Is Officially A Roller!!

  1. Hey Chris, I'm Joe…..I have been following your videos and I also follow some of the other vloggers who restore cars. I am a car guy as well and I do mostly JDM cars….I used to live in Los Angeles and now living in the Philippines. I would like to connect with you further cuz Im currently working on a car parts app with my brother and a friend who is still based in Los Angeles. Maybe I can reach out via email so that I can talk to you about the app we are creating. I really appreciate your time. Thank you

  2. I would have thought one end should float/slide and the other fixed for the axle otherwise it will get stretched or compressed? That or the geometry is perfect and it can be fixed at both ends…

  3. I don't know if anyone has pointed it out yet but, of you need to counter-sink for hex head bolts (or anything with a 90 flange) use Forstner bits. You can find a small set @ the "blue" store for around $30.

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