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Old 26th May 2010, 21:33   #16
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directinjection : In the Tatamobile, one side shocker used to be placed ahead of the rear axle while the other side shocker used to be positioned behind the rear axle. Ditto for Sumo.
Not so - definitely not for the Sumo. In the Estate, you can always see both springs from the rear - they are placed behind the axle.

dinar : That looks like a estate chassis, the suspension for sure is a give away, with Safari springs for the lift.
The Tata Estate also had springs at the rear. These are not retro-fits from the Safari.
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in western countries hardcore offroaders chop their jeeps (Cherokees) to loose some weight.
may be the owner wanted to achieve that bling macho look.

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