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  1. Hi, I started out a project with rebuilding a none ABS hub (1986) to fit with Volvo740 stut. I planned to use Koni adjustable insert and coilover. The problem with this setup is that i'll have to chande back to original every time the car goes to the mandatory roadworthy test (EU inspection). So with only the camber-plate missing I'll try another soluitons. My project looked similar to this: I got some part from a 1987 turbo that I parted out. Amongst this I have the complete front struts and hubs (shocks are leacking) . I'm looking into just changing theese struts to wathever that will fit. They look pretty simple and I guess that there would be possible to find some that match. If they look similar to original they will pass the roadability test. My 1987 struts look like this: If e.g. some more common type of car have a strut that could fit, it would be easier to get upgrade parts from that starting point. I found an replacement chart for the rear shocks (made by Metako?). Stuff like that is great. I have been looking through a lot of post's on this forum and find that many are having great ideas but the treads lack of correct part numbers and final specification. Maybe we can sort out a similar list for the front (if not already done?) I'm also changing brake rotors all way around. + rear suspension. (Posting another tread) It's getting harder to find parts for theese babys. (Site tip: https://www.franzose.de/en/Home/ ) So any aftermarket/othermarket upgrade that can fit with minor fitment is great knowledge.
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