Thanks bud. I’m waiting for something to blow or leak....besides the output of the D300. Being 30 years old I’m not that surprised though.Fresh start up and nothing leaked, Myself, I'd be terrified.:flipoff2: But I know my luck.
That's just awesome, you must have good focus. Jeep looks good.
What diameter was everyone else wanting to build for that length?I'll be wrapping up the smaller stuff and chopping down the driveshaft over the next few days. I need a 2.0" front driveshaft diameter to clear everything and Tom Woods is the only one confident enough to make a 2" driveshaft that's 45" long. So I'll be calling them soon.
5.5" off centerline of axle. Lower link mounts are roughly 2.5" below axle centerline, so that makes about 8" separation at the axle now.How much vertical separation do you have in the rear links now between uppers and lowers? What are the angles at ride height in relation to the horizontal axis from front to back?
Thanks Adam! I'm glad I'm ahead of schedule because the last few items are taking twice as long as planned. I nicked one of the brake lines as I was grinding off the old brackets so I get to replace that and bleed the brakes now too. Yay me! :laughing:Nice work man, that ended up being a ton of work, but you'll be happy you went through all the headache. You are getting it all dialed in exactly like you want.
And thanks for cutting those plates for me Saturday. I didn't end up working on it Saturday night because the baby was sleeping way too light for me to whack stuff with the hammer, but the size of the plates is perfect, and I tried moving some metal with the hammer on Sunday and I think it's gonna be easy peasy when I get into it again Thursday night.
RS height? Sorry, just not following the acronym. Do you mean roll center?I see you lost an inch of RS height. How high is it compared to the front? Still above it?
Ahhh gotcha.Oops, yes, roll center height.
Thanks for bumping this to the thread. You may be right, seeing as how others use between 30 and 40 inches based on the vehicle ride height. I think I'm a bit low and low 30s is more accurate. This essentially lowers the AS. I tested it in the calculator and it lowers the AS about 10-20 points.Regarding CG height # and thinking it seems low @ 24.5". Is the general rule of thumb the upper bolt on the bellhousing, bottom bolt on bellhousing, crank centerline, or something else?
Thank you sir! I do feel spoiled and I love it. Let me know if you need some tabs cut :smokin: I have 1/8, 3/16, and 1/4 A36 sitting here.Looking good man! I tell you what, you get spoiled with CNC plasma cut brackets. Its painful for me to make tabs manually now haha
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Thank you sir! I do feel spoiled and I love it. Let me know if you need some tabs cut :smokin: I have 1/8, 3/16, and 1/4 A36 sitting here.