Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Staunton, VA - USA
Just FYI, the Bilsteins were built specifically for Rolls-Royce and Bentley and are now the officially recommended replacement part from Crewe.
If you happened to photo document the tool you made and have photos of it alone and/or in action, please share.
On a related tangent to your "saggy springs" post, weren't these cars using gas springs (read: accumulators for the rear suspension) by 1983? I thought the transition had occurred by then, but could obviously be mistaken.
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