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Old 05-08-2012, 10:55 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Look at the XXX traction setup I mentioned in the cross post thread of the tow rig section for a radius arm setup
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:22 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Ok thanks, also what is the part number on that pitman arm? I looked at WFO's website and all I can find is the superlift 1104 arm and it doesnt look like yours
Not sure, but it is a arm they purchase and then re-key or machine out a key for out trucks and cross over. Just give them a buzz.


The xxx fabrication or my simpler radius arm set up I think is getting a bit carried away, way more complex compared to leafs and the leafs will pretty much lay it out for you what you need and where on the frame. I would be curious as to how low you could go, my my style set up, Id say the same as my leafs.

*ignore my axle side panhard mount, just needed to move the thing and made it robust once the new tube and inserts came in.





The Spring under idea is more and more interesting though...hmm.
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