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Just took these measurements on my relocation upper (Team Z) rear suspension. Can someone give me the location of the IC and AS percentage?

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Lower axle side: (9.25/9.75)
Lower chassis side: (9.00/9.50)

Upper axle side: (16.75/17.00
Upper chassis side: (15.75/15.625)

Upper length: (7.00/6.875)
Lower lenght: (17.75/17.50)

Pinion angle @ -2*
 

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with that calculator I get the exact same results.
 

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Are your measurements correct? it appears you have 1/2'' difference side to side on your lower axle brackets, those should be allot closer unless tire size or pressure is not the same side to side!

Also is your calculator accounting for the lateral angles, and the distance in front of the Axel center line the bracket's are moving the arms?

Another question is is your pinion angle actually -2 the reason I ask is the lengths of your arms (upper and lower) makes me believe your pinion angle may be wrong also.

Based on your measurements, with a 28'' rear tire size and a 26'' front tire size and accounting for our uppers and the lateral angles, and I'm guessing at the weight of the car being 3450 your IC length is 32.5 IC height is 8.8 and AS is 121.6%
 

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Dave your like the guy at the carnival guess peoples weight. LOL
 
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