Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Avery4jc, Apr 15, 2007.
That is really cool. How do you think it drives on the road though :O
is it just me or is the complete link system look week as to the rest of the drive line?
I dig the harnesses as limiting straps.
What's the yellow hose leading into the axle tube on the rear? If it was into the diff, I'd guess an ARB airline ... but ya think oiling, maybe, 'cuz the angle is so wrong?
here is my buddies jeep...they put it on the forkift and the left rear tire was 6 + feet in the air...i walked uner the left rear tire...
the truck is nice, but it could use a front driveshaft. im thinkin bout running coilovers on the back of my rig
yeah I wonder why more guys don't run coilovers...is it just the price that normally stops that train?
curious are you laughing at him for using the straps as limiters?? if so, i guess we better inform all the guys in the monster truck business, that they are doing it all wrong too then, eh?
I like that tape measure.
No ... clever, was all. They come pre-set up with the hardware on each end and everything.
gotchya i have seen other people doing that, and had a friend with the new independant front setup, lifted and all, we when wheelin, and ended up yanking out one of his halfshafts from over extending, told him he could have benefited from using some type of limiting strap to help prevent that....
either that, or the more expensive, SAS
I wonder how he steers it I can't see any kind of cyl or linkage?
try pricing them out they are $$$. i think im going to just use coils for now and eventually swap to coilovers
that jeep i just posted up is running a new style shock...he had a sponcer from ace shocks...they have an internall resivoir...he got all 4 for 400 bucks..
hook a brotha up!!!
he had some deal worked out that when his truck is done is gonna be the truck they use for theyre adds...the truck will be a beast off road once he works all the lil kinks off of it but definitly aint no cover truck...i dunno i think he scored preety well...
Im guessing full hydro... the only safe way to do it...
well see if they want another "cover truck"
I like the tcase clocking possition
The "subframe/links" does look pretty small for its size.
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