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something wrong with the trackbar vs. draglink angel



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Old 01-18-2008, 05:09 PM   #1
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something wrong with the trackbar vs. draglink angel

holy cow... don't think this is gonna work... you'd turn whenever the suspension cylced
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:36 PM   #2
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Theres a lot of nice parts there,once you get rid of the Ferd.
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the bar from the drag link to the passenger side is the steering and the other keeps the axle centered under the frame. Thats how mine is minus the steering one and works well. Runs full hydro and he can remove that one.
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yes there are nice parts... but they made an "X" with the tracbar and draglink... when the suspension compresses it will cause them to turn right in a not pretty sort of way
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:53 PM   #5
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you want the track bar and drag link as parallel as possible and as close to the same length as possible...just the angle being of will create bump steer... being opposite would be plain awful ... running them like that is a straight up sign saying you don't understand your suspension and steering
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Theres a lot of nice parts there,once you get rid of the Ferd.
Damn, beat me to it!
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Why is there two tie rods?
so he can turn twice as fast
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so he can turn twice as fast
That's what I was thinking. lol



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Looks like it'd spin like a top. 102" wheelbase on 86ft of lift... Yikes!

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