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Old 04-13-2013, 08:17 AM   #11
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Im wondering about the angle of the balljoint. You have them on a level plain it maybe ok for a 2wd but on a 4wd with high lift I think you need a different angle
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Im wondering about the angle of the balljoint. You have them on a level plain it maybe ok for a 2wd but on a 4wd with high lift I think you need a different angle
You're probably right, never had a chance to test them on a 4wd.
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Im really interested in these. Im wondering if I can buy a set and get them shipped to gold coast Australia. If I give you an angle to be it can I get them pre bent at the ball joint. This will also allow you to sell them as an adjustable 4x4 arm as well
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Im really interested in these. Im wondering if I can buy a set and get them shipped to gold coast Australia. If I give you an angle to be it can I get them pre bent at the ball joint. This will also allow you to sell them as an adjustable 4x4 arm as well
I'm game!
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imo it could use a gusset closer to the balljoint so it doesnt bend.
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Old 06-08-2013, 06:26 PM   #16
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Have you had a chance to make these with an angle at the ball joint. I'm interested I a pair but I need the effect of a flipped arm
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Have you had a chance to make these with an angle at the ball joint. I'm interested I a pair but I need the effect of a flipped arm
I have a design, haven't built them yet. Should work great.
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Would it be ok to post a rendering or 2?
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:38 AM   #19
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Did you get the PM I sent?
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Here's a rough draft, the final product will have heims on the pivot end.

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