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Old 08-17-2006, 07:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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4 link design

i've been tryin to use the 4-link calculater to figure out the design for the front 4-link in my willys, but am not sure what i should shoot for in the way of anti- dive, roll center... and so on.
i had to kinda work backwards in order to make the calculater work for the front, and im now at like 97% anti dive(front)_RC slope=.0728 in/in_ RCheight=24.5in_RC angle=4.2* (oversteer)_instant center axis=107in.....

its a 86 in wheelbase, on 37s with about 5in of lift
am i any where near the ball park?

help is greatly appreciated..
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