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anyone got anygood good pics or advice, my buddy is going full width d60 front and hes running sway a ways ... good pics of frame rail to axle clearance needed.... links inside or outside the frame....etc..
 

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btw, you should post some pics of his junk to get peoples attention, it looked like it worked pretty well from the pics I saw...
 

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Kong, here in AZ, runs some 4/5 link coil frontend. Perhaps he will post a pic.
 

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Also Bigfeck runs coils up front, has a sweet setup, might want to hit him up too. I know theres some pics at SRCs site of his ride...
 

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Originally posted by JONYJEEPER:
<STRONG>o.k. well <IMG SRC="smilies/flipoff.gif" border="0"> you too!!!!</STRONG>
Whoa.......Pipe down there Turbo!!!

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Originally posted by gonewheelin:
<STRONG>nice rig militaryota</STRONG>
LOL.. that's Beartrack's rig... built by SNORTclown Crash and many others...
 

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Originally posted by DSI:
<STRONG>LOL.. that's Beartrack's rig... built by SNORTclown Crash and many others...</STRONG>
yep, not mine, my rig has a cage, hahaha... anyway, scotts rig is pretty killer, and is pretty much exactly what this guy was looking for thats why I posted it..
 

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That rig looks familure
want good advice, go 3 link with a panhard bar... <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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The pics are not great, but her they are. I run coils with shocks. 10 inches up and down travel 5 link. Steering geometry needs work. Approach great, ride good. I have run this setup for about 16 months. and have learned alot. Go with coilovers and a three link long arm setup. Keep it simple and don’t try to hard to get the caster right. Just get it close at ride height. Good luck and be sure to post pics of your progress. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 

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