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  1. rossnzwpi
    16th December 2014 03:00
    Hi, I don't know of anyone making uprights specifically for the Dino. My suggestion would be to use the hubs, brakes bearings from the Alfa 166. This will give you the option of using original Cromodora Dino wheels or replicas with correct 108mm PCD and centre bore.
    Does anyone have a diagram of a suspension design for a Dino or replica? Rear ones on the front and front (drive axle) on the Dino rear. The upright itself would rather depend on what geometry you were after. A certain amount of adjustability to fine tune your suspension design would be good to design in. You could always copy the original Ferrari geometry although that was intended for 70 series tyres. A guy named Rorty on the Locost forum had ideas to design an upright for Locosts. He thought that laser cutting them out of plate steel with notches and tabs designed in would make them self-jigging, strong and light. He made and sold off road rat kits with similar uprights.
    Ross (in NZ )

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