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lowering of Delica Space Gear


 
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martynjoan



Joined: 20 Mar 2020
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Location: Southampton

PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 15:23    Post subject: lowering of Delica Space Gear Reply with quote

I have owned my Delica for about four months now one of the previous owners had it raised I find this a bit roly on corners and would like to have it lowered back to original any help and advice would be good ie cost and where best to take it I live in southampton †(I bought car for its seating layout not for offroading) thank you new member ..MARTYN
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andyman



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 21:26    Post subject: Reply with quote

You will need to check whether it has been raised by fitting spacers - necessary for a high lift on the front. Up to around 40mm lift is often done on the front (torsion bars) on their adjusters (half-way back underneath.), so that's an easy job, and the back is often lifted by fitting longer springs, again, not a difficult job to reverse. Bigger lifts will have spacer blocks, and possibly extended flexi pipes, which may be too long and will catch when the suspension is normalised.
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