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Author Topic:   3link-to swing arm
drtrcr36
Member
posted August 14, 2000 02:49 PM
We have a 3 link mod we are going to switch over to swing arm need starting info on what springs and shocks to run most tracks we run are 1/4 and 3/8 short tight turned dryslick car has mounts for long panhard bar and short ls bar ideas on which will work better with swing arm setup ls/ cross and rear is normaly 52%/49% with 58% rear 15 to 30 lr bite thanks.


Pitcrew115
Member
posted August 14, 2000 03:23 PM

Eliminators on the swing arm.



web01
unregistered
posted August 14, 2000 10:37 PM           
afer i switched to the 2 link swing arms here is what i use for springs. 275 lr 250 rr 650 lf 750 rf 76 shocks in front and a 93 lr 94 rr. left side %52, cross 51.5 and rear 58%. also i have a long torque link mounted to the driveshaft loop mounted 1 inch left of center, with a 800 lb spring, mounted at 15 degrees downhill, long panhard bar mounted at 10 degrees down hill and both swing arms mounted in middle of the frame brackets. also 1 inch stagger in front and 0-1inch in rear with the following offsets lf 3", rf 2", lr 3", rr 3" when dry slick i put a 2" on lr and a 4" on rr and keep the stagger about the same. if you want more info just email me. rwebsterb@aol.com
rich webster
custom performance


web01
unregistered
posted August 14, 2000 10:38 PM           
also i run about 50-100 pounds of lr bite.


Pitcrew115
Member
posted August 15, 2000 09:01 AM
Thanks guys we will give it a shot fri night let you all know how it goes



drtrcr36
Member
posted August 21, 2000 12:58 PM
RESULTS: It worked so well it broke the motor (yikes) nice to be hooked up that good.



web01
unregistered
posted August 21, 2000 06:21 PM           
what did you end up using for springs? and did you run any lead in right side or did you run wheelbase square?


drtrcr36
Member
posted August 21, 2000 08:48 PM
275LR 250RR, Rear 1/4 Foward, no lead the track was heavy. 700RF 750LF car was very good thanks guys



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