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Re: IRS Ute Conversion (now with Pics)
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I tip my hat to you sir, you have most definitely thought outside of the square to resolve some of the issues.

Posted on: 2009/3/17 12:38
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Re: IRS Ute Conversion (now with Pics)
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I have finished the rear IRS, and it is booked for a wheel allignment on Thursday.

Every think went to plan, i have about 130-150mm of travel and a great ride hight. All the arms are adjustable and the wheels clear the guards nicely.
I still have to work out the hand brake, but that will be after the Nationals.
I had to change the rear yoke on the tailshaft, the length was spot on.
I'll try to get some finished photos up tomorrow.


I also swaped my front brake setup to my new Ally hubs with 280mm disks and S6 4 spot brakes with 5 stud to match the rear.

Posted on: 2009/3/31 13:25
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Posted on: 2009/4/2 8:31
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please tell us that your going to make these up as a kit to sell through your business. yeah i know that they wouldn't be cheap!! but what an upgrade for the old 1200s

Posted on: 2009/4/2 9:00
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yes indeed.... i am salivating.... i wonder how much a set up like this would cost....

Posted on: 2009/4/2 10:53
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Re: IRS Ute Conversion (now with Pics)
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There is a shit load of work involved, and i dont think it can be made in kit form, as there is so much work needed to be done to the Chassis.

Wheel alligned today, all good, i'm running 1.3 deg neg on the rear and about .5 deg of toe in. Front is set to 3.5 neg and 4deg of caster and 2mm toe in. This is all for my base setting, as i need to get it onto the track and see what it handles like. I think that my rear springs may be a bit firm.

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Posted on: 2009/4/2 11:10
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not bad at all....i doing a few changes to my new coupe body im started making it into a widebodie(wrx style)and i recon sumthing like the irs would look great under a coupe

Posted on: 2009/4/2 20:23

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What axles did you use?

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