Thanks for the update Eduardo, I know what you mean about the benefits of
being able to raise the car when conditions get a little rough. Our only
problem was due to the fact the suspension became rock-hard when on maximum
and even going slow the car bounces over even the most smallest of surface
imperfections. Our son has a Saxo with conventional springing so heavy
loads and crossing flooded roads is out of the question.
In the 14th century, a victorious Scot who had fought his way South to
Northallerton, scribbled a note to King Bruce saying his men were going
barefoot, and asking for 300 pairs of brogues. Unfortunately the initial
letter of the operative word became indecipherable. Consequently 600
rogues were eventually despatched to Yorkshire - and here their descendants
remain to this day.
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