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Allen Cox came up on April 11 and spent a good portion of the day with the Shop class designing and building a front suspension with minimal bump steer similar to larger rails.
THIS IS THE STOCK FRONT END AND STANCE
The concept is that the arms are parallel in the X and Y orientations.
Using rod ends and inserts from ROD END SUPPLY.
High misalignment inserts allow the rear component of the front arms to move is a circle compared with the front arms that move up and down.
Banshee stock spindles and tie rods set the length of the arms.
The upper arms are set back about 1 inch or 10 degrees to allow the wheels to lean into the corners
Shock mount and suspension hoop
testing for bump steer... not much here!
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A LONG WAY FROM STOCK! THANKS JAXWORKS