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Old 10-05-2013, 05:20 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I was thinking below the hitch, too. You're working between the lowered tailgate and the diffuser. This is what I've been thinking since I came back to the thread:

Two friction shocks at the pivot points. They need bronze bushings anyway, you could home-brew something or, from:
Friction disk shock absorber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Motorcycles of the same period, through to the 1950s, that used girder forks also used friction disk shock absorbers. These were often provided with a large handwheel, so that they could be adjusted easily during a ride, or even whilst in motion.
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