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Re: Driving behavior Isabella Combi
I am not sure what the problem is with the combi. The back springs are stronger than the other Isabellas; unloaded, the back axle wheels tilt inwards. If not using a load, the back arms can be shimmed to change the angle of the wheels. I have been driving my combi to Mexico since the 1970's for spare parts. There has never been a problem --especially when I began to use radial tires.