I think thats the best way to describe calc. Good job.So you just blasted it all together without thinking about measuring then?
Thats all a link calculator really does, its just a way to organize it and do some of the calculations for you like anti squat and roll center and such. Knowing that stuff doesn't make it a cookie cutter or "designed on a computer", and its a good way for people to reference what works for others. You still have to make it fit on your rig.
So yes....a link calculator is taking a framing square and a tape measure and writing it on your computer rather then a note pad. Common sense not included.
Experience counts more then anything though, and I'm sure you stuff works awesome Krusty. Wasn't trying to dig at you, it is just a reference point that people can compare with.
There was one in here as well. Kinda pointless IMHO, to many variables to be consistant. My front 3 link when built was good as far as numbers go but didnt work quiet right. Fast forward a bit and I eye balled it, redid the lowers and it works properly with no odd quirks that it had before. The calculator is good for flat ground no's.Maybe its just me, but if we are going to actually do this thread, some actual link numbers and maybe a screenshot of your link calculator final version would be sweet. I know they tried to get one of these threads going in the Tacoma section, but it kind of fizzled out after only a few people posted their stuff.
Link stuff is one of those times where a picture doesn't paint "the whole picture".
Wow if you had searched you may have found something like this.
Did you miss the part where you said:Did you miss the part where I said REAR four link? :flipoff2:
:flipoff2:ive searched for a thread like this, but lets see everyones 4 linked toyotas front or rear and the specs with them!