Okay... dumb question but what's the purpose of the corkscrew lines? I'm assuming it's to compensate for flex between the cab and chassis? Or is there some other purpose? I didn't do anything like that on the race truck but if the chassis is flexing independently of the cab and master then I've got other serious problems too.
Cool, not of concern to me then. Was just curious if maybe there was more to it, some crazy hydro dynamics thing or something...
Bernoulli's principal: short of changing the diamter of the tube, the pressure along the tube will remain constant.
Fun fact based on the same. You would think that if you decreased the diameter of the tube, the pressure would increase. The inverse is actually correct. Decreasing the diameter of the tube causes an increase in fluid flow rate and therefore, lower pressure.
This concludes your physics lesson for the day.
Originally Posted by Hendrix
No one really knows the reason for LCOG Jeeps.
Its so short ****s like me and you can still get in.
Originally Posted by 2ACR
My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.