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Stock ride height

Discussion in 'Integra' started by makemagick, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. makemagick

    makemagick Member

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    I found measurements from the middle of the hub to the fender/quarter panel but imo they are not as acurate as it would be from the ground...so i was wondering if someone with a stock height teg could measure ground to fender/quarter panel height

    Tnx^_^
     
  2. E_SolSi

    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    why wouldnt it be accurate
    unless the car is on a lift and the suspension is unloaded or if the vehicle is not parked on a level surface so one part of the car is sitting lower it should be a perfectly accurate way of determining ride height
    probably more so seeing that differences in tire pressure or sidewall stiffness would not effect the measurement
     
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    because ground has level and certain length, whereas measuring from the centre of the hub you need to either orient on the bolt in the middle of the hub that has a whole or from a center cap which will still be +- a few
     
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    im pretty sure its right at 25" from the ground to the fender well on all four corners on a stock 3rd gen integra.
     
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