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|05-13-2020 02:37 PM|
At this point it would be alot easier to go full hydro but I want to be able to run 75mph. Im going to call PSC and see what they say.
I know its no sports car but I at least want to be able to control it, iv heard alot of stories of full hydro being erratic.
|05-13-2020 12:35 PM|
|87TPIYJ||I only have about 40 miles on mine and only been up to 55mph, but honestly it felt fine driving. I was super paranoid too because I didn’t have a seatbelt or cage.|
|05-13-2020 11:56 AM|
|g23crawler||So now i'm second guessing myself, after pulling the axle back I realized I could probably pull off a 3 link pan-hard setup with hydro assist. A lot of people say its better on the street but most of those people haven't drove a full hydro rig either. Anyone on here went 4 link full hydro front and regretted it because of road manners (using good quality parts)? I will buy a full kit from PSC either assist or full hydro. A 3 link would save me space but could be more work trying to fit a drag link and track bar up front too. This jeep will see a lot of street so safety and drivability is a huge concern.|
|05-13-2020 07:56 AM|
|g23crawler||Ended up moving the front back some last night. In total its 3.5" back from where it was, it looks a lot better in my opinion now.|
|05-07-2020 12:33 PM|
Ahh ok. With the 14b just off the stock tank the location after just stretching the frame and body it was 108”. Which makes since because I added roughly 15” to the frame and body. Then when the rear was linked and GR tank added it was 112”. After that the front link netted another 4.5”.
|05-07-2020 12:28 PM|
|g23crawler||Here is just some random pics I had on my phone, I can get a better one later. But I only stretched it 4" in the rear, so go with the armor I want and im still running the stock tank. Last pic is with a 42.|
|05-07-2020 12:18 PM|
Got a pic of the rear overhang?
|05-07-2020 12:16 PM|
Originally Posted by NashvilleTJ View Post
|05-07-2020 12:06 PM|
I’m won’t be back at my Jeep until Friday. I’ll pull eye to eye measurements if I remember.
|05-07-2020 12:03 PM|
Originally Posted by 87TPIYJ View Post
|05-07-2020 11:04 AM|
Originally Posted by g23crawler View Post
The front lower bars are 33.5” looking back at my invoice. So maybe 36 or 37 eye to eye?
The rear lower bars are 43.25”. So maybe 46ish” eye to eye?
|05-07-2020 10:53 AM|
To measure your current approach angle you would start at the top of the hood, so pulling the axle back a few inches won’t make any difference there [emoji846]. I guess it’s all about your wheelbase target.
Although, it does look pretty sick pushed out that far...
|05-07-2020 10:47 AM|
|g23crawler||Im about 116.5 now, but my front axle must be pushed out at least 6" or more than yours. What is lower link lengths? My fronts are 42.5"|
|05-07-2020 10:32 AM|
What’s your overall wheel base again? Unless you are shooting for a certain distance I see no reason not to pull it back. I had to pull mine back because my ******* ordered my front links shorter than I should have. I’m sitting at 116.5” I wanted to be at 118”
This was with my 40’s I have 43’s now. Not sure if I’m passed the bumper.
|05-07-2020 08:32 AM|
|g23crawler||I'm thinking about pulling my front axle back some, not sure I like how far out there it is. I pushed the jeep up to the wall to see my current approach angle. With the tires touching the wall I have 8" from the wall to front of the frame. I think i'm going to take it 2" back which would still make the front of the tire 6" past the frame. What do you guys think?|
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