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Author Topic:   3-link hep
posted November 04, 2002 03:36 PM
I would run about a 42" long spring style pullbar or close in length. Use a spring rate around 600-700lbs. Mount it near the driveshaft loop and so you can run 10-15-20 degrees with the holes on the frame and rearend.I make my brackets so i can slide it right to left if i want to. I would run the short j bar around 18-19" mounted in second hole from bottom on pinion bracket and for the chassis mount use the square sliding clamp and weld in the 2x2 square where it needs to be on the chassis. start with about 10 deg in the j bar.(i use protractor on the flat part of the j bar on top. Take a look at my website at for some pics to get an idea of how to do it, i have some good pics to look at. Rich Webster

posted November 05, 2002 09:17 AM
Sounds like an old asphalt car with the panhard mounted to the right side of the frame. could be why you are way fast on dry slick and not on a wet track. maybe mount a j-bar to the left side of the chassis when it's tacky and put the other bar back on when it's dryslick.