For those of you that flunked this test the first time, here’s another chance …
Installing a 4 inch narrower front axle beam on your air-cooled Volkswagen with the original springs cut 4 inches shorter to fit …
A. Makes the vehicle more stable, corner better, makes it harder to flip over, and it makes fancy wheels fit.
B. Makes the vehicle less stable and it makes your spine tingle when it feels like the vehicle is going to tip over when unaggressivly changing lanes on the freeway at 50 mph (especially in a bus) and it makes fancy wheels fit.
C. Makes no difference – you can’t even tell – and it makes fancy wheels fit.
After all – what did those highly paid German engineers know about designing suspension anyway?
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