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Author Topic:   PUSHBARS INSTEAD OF PULLBARS
LITTLEMAN
Member
posted March 25, 2001 02:42 PM
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE USE OF A PUSHBAR INSTEAD OF A PULLBAR.I TALKED TO JERRY AT EAGLE CHASSIS AND HE SAID IT REALLY WORKED GOOD TRIED TO GET HIM TO SEND ME THE PARTS TO CONVERT MY 95 LARKINS CHASSIS TO THIS SET-UP BUT I HAVEN'T HAD MUCH LUCK GETTING THEM.HEARD ABOUT THIS ON AN EARLIER THREAD. DOES ANY BODY HAVE INFO ON THIS SUBJECT?OR COULD THE PERSON WHO HAD MEASUREMENTS FOR THIS SET-UP POST THEM ON THE PICTURES PART OF THIS WEBSITE?ANY INFO WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED,THANKS


Strokin3
Member
posted March 26, 2001 07:57 PM
Littleman, if you remember there was a lot of
controversy over Jerry,s idea and some prints
got out that were bogus. I have one of Jerry,s devices on my super stock but I haven't got the car finished yet. E-mail me at bud2708@cs.com and I may be able to help you with getting one of Jerry,s leverage devices. I have two of them and if Jerry doesn't mind I might could let loose of one.


the one
Member
posted March 28, 2001 10:43 PM
THE ONE,DO YOU RUN A SPRING IN IT OR SOLID?HOW HIGH ABOVE THE REAREND IS THE FRONT OF IT?WHAT DID IT DO WHEN YOU RAN IT ON CONDITIONS OTHER THAN SLOW/DRY SLICK TRACKS?THANKS FOR THE INFOMATION,LITTLEMAN


Rick D
Member
posted April 06, 2001 04:20 PM
Have only seen the push bar set-up on a new D&M car out here. uses the rubber bisquits and looked almost flat. the car really seems to hook on a tacky track. We will have to see once the weather gets hot and the tracks slick up