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Author Topic:   Torque steer???
Azrace
Member
posted November 29, 2001 08:08 AM
As a general rule, you do want the driveshaft as staight as possible in static position. If this offsets the intended squareness or unsquareness of the rearend then you can make the difference up with wheel offsets or wheel spacers. The driveshaft has absolutely nothing to do with with how your suspension hooks or unhooks. Hope that helps.


cut_n_up
Member
posted November 29, 2001 10:20 PM
The straighter the shaft is the more it try's to whip it in a circle. The next you will know is the shaft has gone out the back of your car. It has to have angle in it, sideways and up & down.