Firstly I fitted the cotton reel shaped rubber bushes to the rear anti roll bar using plenty of rubber lubricant, and a flat headed screwdriver to prise the bushes around the corner. They were then bolted to the chassis.
|Rear anti roll bar with bushes, and attached to chassis.|
|Track day roll bar mounted to car.|
|Rear A-Frame ready for installation, but there was a little too much powder coat on the De Dion mounting points, so had to get (the new) Dremel out and fettled a little of it away for the supplied bolt to go through.|
|Rear A-Frame in place.|
|Rear shock in along with the anti roll bar drop link.|
|Watts link arms correctly sized and ready to fit. Shame the bell cranks seem too tight.|
|The half finished project..! Great to see it coming together, with the roll bar and rear suspension (half) on it really is beginning to look like a car.|