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Old 05-13-2009, 09:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What are the wheelbase dimensions for Scouts?

If anyone knows or has the exact wheelbase dimensions for the Scout 80, Scout 800 and the Scout 810, please let me know.

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I just went and measured mine. It is exactly one giant step plus the distance from my left fingertip to my right armpit minus a little bit. I have extended my wheelbase by a couple inches front and rear using offset spring perches though. Mine is a 74 scout II. Hope this helps.
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Ben, how big are your steps? I takes me 3 steps.
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it vary's, the 810's are so rare i don't even think international took down the exact measurements.so just use the length x width devided by ride height + 4''(give or take) and sub divide that number by tire width method.
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Ben, how big are your steps? I takes me 3 steps.
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If anyone knows or has the exact wheelbase dimensions for the Scout 80, Scout 800 and the Scout 810, please let me know.

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I'm fairly certain that a 80, 800 0r the Mighty 810 wheelbase is the same distance that light travels in 8.474576271184406779661016949153 nanoseconds.

I could be wrong though.
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Old 05-14-2009, 05:54 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I just measured mine, and it is .5555555 rod. but stock is .5050505 rod. and that is as close as i can get.
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Has the vehicle been involved in any hard head on collisions? This could seriously affect the overall dimensions.

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good job scaring him off. The dipshit is over in the isuzu forumn now asking questions.
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