Are you also shifting weight bias to the LH side to counter torque reaction?
Pre weigh a series of weights before you tie the scales up under the car. Having some known weights prepared is handy. Water in gerry cans is easy.
The leverage advantage/disadvantage works both ways. It take less weight to adjust bias if its further away from centre so use these areas last for fine tuning.
This is a rough idea of what adding 200kg in the positions required to balance the AU looks like. The rail lines are 16kg each and the rhs are all full of lead. All this I hope to mount under the tray in about those positions. That will get our total to 2050kg
[img<a href="http://s1120.photobucket.com/albums/l490/momec3/?action=view&current=Ballast002.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l490/momec3/Ballast002.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>][/img]Whenyou hover over image in photobucket it will give you several options for linking to the image, one of these is called IMG CODE, select this and you can paste straight into your post. Looks like this
The one you are selecting is HTML CODE this is used to insert the image into a html document.
- Code: Select all
Check your album settings in Photobucket, there is an option to display different types of link code.
To do this;
Go up to where your name is (top right ) and click on the triangle (arrow) next to your name,
you should see a drop down box appear, select "AccountSettings",
page will change, see the second (lighter blue menu bar, and select Album Settings,
page will change, now tick the box for IMG CODE,
Go to the bottom of the page and select save.
Now got back to you album and you should see the IMG code when you hover over an image.
Hope this helps