Hey guys I have a trig project that I have to do and as with all school projects if they give me any room to play with they can assume that I'll be showing up with something automotive related. My Trig. teacher is pretty cool and for the end of the year project he always lets his students do anything we want as long as we tie in whatever subject we are currently in (i.e. Trig for me). Freshman year in Geometry I just worked with angles of ramps for r.c. cars and measurements, this year I need to step it up so I wanted to do something with my full size rig now that I have one Do you guys have any ideas? It doesn't have to be too deep, he just wants to let us think and realize that not every project is going to have strict guidelines and a right and wrong answer. Lets kick some brain cells into gear and think of some excuse to use my truck. Thanks! -Avery Oh, by the way something that I was thinking about was a spin-off of what I did freshman year by calculating angles of axles but w/ my rig flex isn't exactly an option, those 9" superlift springs aren't exactly what I'd consider soft.