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Here's a poser pic- The suspension worked quite well - We took it out to the dunes for a trial run. It really is'nt a sand machine, as it was designed for rockcrawlin' , but it did OK. Never could get the front suspension to lift a tire, but here's a shot of the rear coming up.
 

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no, no, no. I don't want to see crappy flex shots. I want to see shots of your suspension and such. What are the stats? That sort of thing.

-Jack
 

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IronBenderII said:
no, no, no. I don't want to see crappy flex shots. I want to see shots of your suspension and such. What are the stats? That sort of thing.

-Jack

Yeah I am curious about your susp too.
 

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Ok, the rear suspension is Just 3.5" wildhorse springs with the shackle flipped over, up front I'm runnning 5.5" Wild horse coils with custom radius arms using a grand cherokee lower control arm bushing on the bottom link, and some brackets that I picked up at Factory Tubular in SLC where the arm attaches to the frame, these brakets swivel in the center so that ya can setup your arms with no preload on the bushings then ya weld up the swivel its kinda bulky but it works good. Heres a pic of the front end before the install. Its about five posts down. http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=107010
 
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