1957 – 1959 Dodge Coronet & Royal Service Manual
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The new torsion bar suspension used on the Dodge cars, consists of two torsion bar springs (right and left hand), two sets of upper and lower control arms, four ball joints and two struts. The front ends of the torsion bar springs engage the lower control arms at the inner pivot points.
The rear ends of the springs engage adjustable anchor and cam assemblies, which are supported by brackets welded to the frame side rails and a removable cross member.
- 1. The upper control arms are similar to those used in previous models except for the method of attaching them to the frame and steering knuckles. The upper control arms are mounted on removable brackets, which are bolted to the frame sub side rails, as shown in Figure
- 2. Shim packs inserted between the brackets and the frame sub side rails, establish the caster and camber settings for each front wheel.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Rear Axle and Suspension
Wheels and Tires
Body and Sheet Metal
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