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SWB trailing arm sway bar pivot pin.
Posted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:58 am
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SWB trailing arm sway bar pivot pin.
246jaenick
Can anyone help?
I want to fit sway bar ball pins in the swb trailing arms which I already have.
The trailing arms are of the car
I have got Porsche drawings of the modification with some dimensions which are good but only give me 2 reference points which are from the spring plate attachment face.
The problem I have is knowing where to mark out the correct rotational position on the arm.
I have attached a couple of images with yellow lines showing the 2 measurements I am looking for.


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SWB trailing arm sway bar pivot pin.
Posted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:57 am
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SWB trailing arm sway bar pivot pin.
246jaenick
Can anyone help?
I want to fit sway bar ball pins in the swb trailing arms which I already have.
The trailing arms are of the car
I have got Porsche drawings of the modification with some dimensions which are good but only give me 2 reference points which are from the spring plate attachment face.
The problem I have is knowing where to mark out the correct rotational position on the arm.
I have attached a couple of images with yellow lines showing the 2 measurements I am looking for.


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The easy way to build a trike frame I:
Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 8:00 am
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The easy way to build a trike frame I:
uncle frank
Type III wishbone

Five stock body mount points are also an excellent way to attach the trike's body. The whole thing just unbolts from the early Type III pan as a unit, engine, transaxle and suspension all in one, simply reuse the stock rubber donuts, nuts, bolts & washers. Notice the built in stock sway bar (can't beat the price). This unit simply unbolts from the pan in certain year models of the Type III and is the basis of my Type III trike.

It's almost embarrassingly easy to build a trike this way, notch the front of the wishbone and weld the frame neck in. If you do it right and use the stock mount points, the entire body and seats will also be rubber mounted. Add some chromed swing plates and cheap coil over shocks, a disc brake motorcycle front end, seat, gas tank, wheels and tires and you've got so much fun it ought to be illegal...


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Super Beetle Front Suspension Exploded Diagram
Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 8:37 pm
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Super Beetle Front Suspension Exploded Diagram
Bugs'n'Pugs
#1 Plug
#2 Grease Cap
#3 Spindle Nut
#4 Washer
#5 Taper Roller Bearing
#6 Brake Disc Rotor
#7 Taper Roller Bearing
#8 Oil Seal Front wheel
#9 Backing Plate Hex Head Bolt (M7x10)
#10 Spring Washer
#11 Backing Plate
#12 Hex Nut Self-Locking (M10)
#13 Washer
#14 Cam Shim
#15 Eccentric Screw (Bolt) with shim (cam) attached
#16 Hex Head Bolt (M8x40)
#17 Hex Nut (M8)
#18 Steering Knuckle/Spindle (Disc Brakes)
#19 Lower Ball Joint
#20 Steering Knuckle/Spindle (Disc Brakes)
#21 Bushing for Front Sway/Stabilizer Bar
#22 Front Sway/Stabilizer Bar
#23 Hex Nut Self-Locking
#24 Ball Joint
#25 Front Sway/Stabilizer Bar Mounting Position
#26 Track Control Arm Assembly (same as #37)
#26a Track Control Arm (Bare)
#27 Track Arm Bushing
#28 Steering Knuckle/Spindle (Drum Brakes)
#29 Front Wheel Oil Seal
#30 Front Brake Drum
#31 Front Sway/Stabilizer Bar Bracket
#32 Washer
#33 Lock Ring
#34 Hex Head Bolt (M10x30 or M8x30)
#35 Seat Washer
#36 Rubber Bushing, Front Stabilizer Bar
#37 Track Control Arm Assembly (same as #26)
#38 Seat Washer
#39 Castle Nut (M12x1.5)
#40 Split Pin


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