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Author Topic:   Rayburn Swingarm Questions
Mr Ribbs
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 2
posted July 19, 2001 08:36 PM  
on the rayburn swing arm car with side boards, and with a pull bar and the lift bar that works just on the braking end...does anyone have an opinion on just where this thing should go?? We've had it all over the place, the thing is collapsing springs like crazy or i should say coil binding..and we have a 2000 lb spring on the deal...also anybody got some thoughts on the panhard bar, its mounted to the axle on the left and the chassis on the right...something is just not right, we the lower the frame side and it loosens the car up bad....i thought it should tighten it....the more angle theory..it is fairly long around 29" and some change...Rayburn just tells me that I dont need to know and to just follow his sheet....I'm not expecting a fix just your thoughts.....or experiences...track is 1/4 mile dry slick....thanks guys...

Limited5
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 142
posted July 22, 2001 08:48 PM  
Side boards? Liftbar? Whats that all about? Rayburn swingarm only needs pullbar. Go as low on the frame as you can with the panhard bar and as high on the pinion as u can and let er' fly! Mine will carry the lf about 3 inches off the ground and she bites hard!

WPP
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 451
posted July 30, 2001 06:48 PM  
Can someone explain why you move the pan-hard bar down on the chassis and up on the pinion. Were is it mounted left or right.

WPP
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 451
posted July 30, 2001 06:49 PM  
Can someone explain why you move the pan-hard bar down on the chassis and up on the pinion. Were is it mounted left or right.

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