dude it looks awesome and im sure you're a good fabricatorGloNDark said:last pic.......that's my buddies jeep that he built for his dad.
That's what they did under my Cruiser too.....I would lose momentum and the Cruiser would "fall" as the shackles unloaded.BJ On Roids said:
my POS rear springs and anti-wrap bar, causes bad action to happen on hills those weird ass shackle setups only serve to increase your anti squat, cause they unload/unfold when pointing uphill, serving to worsen the amount the rear diff wants to drive out under the car....
and thats not even getting steep yetwngrog said:
That's what they did under my Cruiser too.....I would lose momentum and the Cruiser would "fall" as the shackles unloaded.
Look how my rear tires are "crawling" under my rig climbing....
I don't have a recent pic of it completed. The green dot below is actually where the 9/16 trailer pin goes thru the shackle and thru the box tubing to hold it in place. Basically making it a regular shackle set up. My buddies called it the "Buggy-less buggy leaf" set up. Sure 70% of the time I will have it locked, but when I need the extra 2 feet of rear travel. I got it. :evil:crawlin cruiser said:Can i see a pic of you shackle set up?
How are 14" Bilstiens going to be that much better than the 14" Rancho's???GloNDark said:
As for shock lengths, the front is gonna max out the 9012's I got, and the rear will have to be limited so I can use the 9012 in the back at a 45 degree. When the tax return comes, it will be 14" Bilsteins front and rear.