posted June 27, 2002 04:28 PM
On a 3 link swingarm car, with the springs mounted on the trailing arm, will putting more angle in the LR trailing arm give the car more forward bite like it would on a 3 link car that has the spring mounted in front of the axle on the clamp bracket itself. Someone has told me that trailing arm angles are not as critical on a swing arm car. Thanks for your thoughts.
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posted June 29, 2002 07:15 AM
I run a swingarm z link and i was told the same thing that the lower arms was not that important angle had to do with the rear steer DIRTWORKS told me to get the bite from the pullbar and the rear control arms maybe somebody can help us.