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08-08-2004 02:01 PM
Triaged In the excel version that I made only the "CG Z" does anything...I have no idea why I even put in the others?

On the HTML one having the others will calculate the roll over angles...but I think these guys did a better job of it then I could.
08-08-2004 08:08 AM
ridefast CoGY: center of gravity distance from center of axle towards tire

positive moves it towards right hand (passenger side) and negative values move it towards drivers side

CoGX: distance from center of rear axle forward

CoG: height of center of gravity from ground

im assuming that the measurements are for overall weight distribution, or center of gravity, not really to the bell housing, but i could easily be wrong
08-08-2004 07:01 AM
P&T Jeeps I need a bit of help w/ this calculator, I've had success w/ it before, have the majority of the info filled in, but for some reason I can't figure out what to put in the below categories (i realize if you put the curson over the box it further explains the input variable but these are cut off so I can't figure them out):

CoGX: measurement from center of axle to roughly the bellhousing/motor junction?
CoG Height: measurement from ground to roughly the top bellhousing bolt?
08-04-2004 12:33 PM
Triaged http://home.earthlink.net/~triaged/Files/
08-04-2004 11:39 AM
Lt1Cj7 http://www.isd623.org/ben/jp/fourlink/index.cfm
08-04-2004 10:29 AM
Where is the 4-link analyzer?

I have searched through A LOT of pages and I could not find it. Does anyone happen to have it saved in there favorites and could post a link?
Whats the story with the search button anyway?

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