whats your reasoning behind this?twistedtj said:I just bought the RE triangulated 4 link conversion and like what I see and how it was built. I havent wheeled it yet, but they were real helpful with the install details. My only thing is, I am not too big on the square tubing they use.
Maybe I should have re phrased that. Now that I read it it doesnt sound like what I meant to say.redranger4.0 said:whats your reasoning behind this?
Here is my rear I just put in with the Clayton RE triangulated conversion. Not the double triangulated I know.bigblacktj said:Clayton is the best I know of. I copied thier design and built mine your like thiers but with longer arms for larger lift. Its asome and very strong. Anybody have pictures of the double-triagular setup installed?
I have the Rubicon Express 4.5" long arm kit with OME shocks in the front. I just swapped out the 8.8 for a 9" so I thought to get rid of the track bar and go with the Clayton Conversion. You use your RE kit, but just swap out the upper rear arms with the new angled arms. Remove the track bar, and install a brace on the rear with the tabs on it. I like the setup. As for the rear shocks. I am going to do the Blain meathod with the Ford shock mounts. Where you cut the frame in a C and install the Ford shock mounts. I just have to find out what shocks I am going to run in the rear. My OME have 10" of travel and may need more than that.patman1 said:twistedtj - what setup are you runinng in the front also shocks ? Maybe I'll go your way. Dont know yet.