MALLOCK CHASSIS - How to make the most of what you have!

If the latest super high rigidity Mk37 chassis is not a current option for you, your existing chassis could benefit greatly by undergoing a full overhaul. This applies to any marque of Mallock Mk2 - 36

This would consist of;

  - Full strip down by either  Mallock Sports or yourself

  - Position onto jig and check for straightness

  - Inspect for cracks or damage

  - Rigidity check

  - Inspect all suspension pick-ups, kerb strikes and occasional spins take their toll on the 

     suspension bushes and can result in result in elongating and even shifting them

  - Inspect trailing arm mountings and advise regarding double-sheet, especially if running

     in the CSP1 class

  - Inspect engine, gearbox and seat-belt mountings and advise whether reinforcements are

     necessary

  - Advise on additional driver's side and back protection tubes can be welded in

  - A new roll-over bar to suit the driver's height can be fitted, issued with a manufacturer's

     certificate

  - Additional prop-shaft protection hoops can be either welded or bolted on

  - Additional support for the Watts / Mumford axle location system may be required

  - Replacement Mallock chassis plates can be supplied

A report will be issued for discussion and if improvements are carried out, the chassis can be further revived by shot-blast and powder-coating

Chassis refurbishment is carried out by Simon Pallister who was responsible for producing most of the Mallock chassis during the 1980's.

The chassis is the most fundamental parts of your race car and responds well to being looked after ! 

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