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Old 07-23-2006, 12:19 AM
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Default Factory Stance?

Does anybody know what the factory stance of the thunderbird 61-63 would be? Rear and front? My bird seems to be ridin a little low in the rear and ive bottomed out a couple of times which doesnt make you smile.
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Old 07-23-2006, 07:29 AM
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Default RE: Factory Stance?

It is supposed to be level. The shop manual shows the height of the car loaded and unloaded.

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Default RE: Factory Stance?

At the Thunderbird Ranch http://www.tbirdranch.com Concour spec 61-63.
It says:
"Measure at the highest point of the front wheel opening on each fender , height should be very near 27".

Measure the rear by the same method and th height should be 20.5" .


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