Jump to content

jeeperdino

Members
  • Content Count

    382
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by jeeperdino


  1. 10 hours ago, Rockwood said:

    Oh yeah, another reason to raise the axle side: middle point of your track bar is your roll center.  If you drop the chassis side, you get more body roll, if you raise the axle side, you get less body roll.  

    And don't drop the chassis side of the track bar instead.  It will try to peel off the "frame", even beefed.  Ask me how I know.

    so how do you know? now I am worried about my frame as I was looking at the kevins offroad bracket that TJ suggested.

    also I was taught that if you do a pitman drop then you drop the chassis side of the trac-bar

    and when you do a high steer kit like on a JK mopar or aev kit then you raise the axle side,

    btw, I am so glad that TJ started this thread, never knew that so many jeep guys are on GDS

     


  2. 30 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

    Oh yeah, another reason to raise the axle side: middle point of your track bar is your roll center.  If you drop the chassis side, you get more body roll, if you raise the axle side, you get less body roll.  

    thanks to TJ and others for all the tips, nice to not have

    to learn the hard way! I don't plan to do any crazy crawling

    but I want this jeep to drive better. I feel I got a good deal

    when I bought it because the previous owner couldn't fix

    the bump steer this jeep has due to the drop pitman arm.

     


  3. 50 minutes ago, Getpitted453 said:

    Arizona is full... sorry... 

    he is correct, I just barely got in last week!

    so parker/havasu, for winter, Idaho for summer!

    seems like a no brainer


  4. 14 hours ago, ROBERT L said:

    Holy crap I remember all of that stuff.  Life was so much easier. 

    x2, it was great to be able to push my taco mini-bike over to the vacant lot and ride with the other kids.

    if the cops did show up they just made you go home!

    thanks dbart!


  5. 3 hours ago, xtremeconcrete said:

    Contact German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County and plead your case.  IF they take her, they will find her an amazing home.  We adopted ours from there - excellent, thorough, caring organization.  Good luck.  Wish we could take them all :-(

    x2, that is where we got ours also, nice people. they came to our house to make sure the dog was going

    to a good home.

    • Like 1

More Links

©2001 GlamisDunes.com.
All rights reserved.

×
×
  • Create New...