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Old 10-30-2019, 04:26 PM   #1
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Default traingulation kit question

I would like to get rid of the lateral bar and going coilover conversion also.

seller/fab guy answered my questions as far as sale..$$$...but wouldn't both responding about a pic of them welded up.

does anyone have a pic of this setup welded up onto the truck?
im only finding pics of the older versions.

the tabs..not sure how to use them.

any help is appreciated....

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I read "Traingulation kit" and clicked purely out of curiosity. I thought it was a kit to help you accomplish the Strangulation of a Train. This was nothing like I pictured in my mind.
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click on my picture album
there is one pic of my old lower setup
its not identical to yours but it should give you an idea
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The frame side tabs are not in that picture - those look like fish plates to me (go over the seam for added strength.

I would install them the same as any other kit.

• Get a length of bar/all-thread that is the diameter of the bushings and use that to ensure the pivot points are inline

• clearance and tack the rectangle tube to the LCA

• reinstall and mock up the frame side brackets, would also have my coil overs and mounts ready to mock at this point. Be sure to check steering angles and such with your final wheel dimensions.

• Burn it all in.

Who made this setup?
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his name is Jacob Rhode
he ended up replying with some pics.
heres his website. (I have no affiliation with him)
www.rohdefabrication.com

these are his 2 pics he sent. cleared things up. il have this done soon

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just in case you dont know this already, the bushing/bolt on the frame side of the triangulation arm needs to be in-line with the mounting bolt for the lower control arm or you will having binding issues through range of motion

i hope that makes sense
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It does. I was jus curious how it is mounted because I didnt see the other tabs until it came in the mail and they were dif sizes.. wen I seen the install pic i was like ahhh i got it. And of course cant jus weld them on the truck hav to remove them or buy new ones
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Old 11-04-2019, 12:56 AM   #8
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I read "Traingulation kit" and clicked purely out of curiosity. I thought it was a kit to help you accomplish the Strangulation of a Train. This was nothing like I pictured in my mind.
Bad pun hon. But I like it Res......... really, a train?
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