16 years ago
bit, and has a twist. It's obviously not up to it's original use in a mild
steel spec, but I modified the suspension design somewhat and it will not
see nearly as much potential twist in use. What I wonder is can I simply
twist it back into alignment, either hot or cold, and have it perform pretty
much as it did before it got twisted and then untwisted? I can't see why
not, but I have cumulative fatigue factors in mind that I don't know about.
My thought is to replace the ARB with a 4130 heat treated version , but I
want to drive the car first to see if the bar rate is close to right. Then,
I'll make up one with the correct rate in the correct material.