That's not a problem... if you cover the aluminum with foam padding, you've got to square the rig anyway, regardless of whether the clams are true.Interesting Phil, but the front clam is not square to chassis (at least mine isn't)...
To do this, eyeball the rig's position as a start. Use a carpenter's square to make sure that the mason's line is at right angles to the aluminum "angle iron", if not, adjust them until it is. Then check the distance from the string to the center of the hubs... the goal is to have equal distances between the left and right sides at the front and also at the back.
rotflTwo is a few. Document away.
OK... I think I'll start another thread for this. I'll post a link to the thread here when I'm done.
New thread is here: http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f91/diy-corner-balance-ride-height-adjustment-77759/#post1345127