Thanks for the reply. The unit seems fairly new. Also, If I remove the locking nuts and the notched plate, the bolt that remains (and whatever it's threaded into) seems to have some very stiff springy movement back and forth in the slotted hole in the beam. That would indicate that it's not rusted. It's as if there is something else holding everything in place. I guess from your response, the unit is supposed to be adjustable in the way I'm doing it, so I'm at a loss.
Thank you very much. What you described is what I thought I was dealing with, but I wasn't sure (hope that makes sense). It's not too low, so I think I'l just live with it until I can find (or afford) a stock front end. The rest of the car is very close to original except for some issues with the exhaust, wiring, and engine tins, so I guess I'll focus on that. I don't really get why everyone feels the need to lower these cars. I've never met a surfer who was smarter than a German engineer (jk). Thanks again for taking the time to respond.
i have a similar problem with a 64 beetle with same frt suspension...but the r\f is about an inch and a half lower than the l\f....all plates are good ....adjusters seem free....it was on a flatbed truck to transport to canada and was strapped down ....
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