Do those push the rear track width out so that the rear suspension is wider than the front?
Could still use camber bolts like on the factory uprights.How would you negative camber adjustment with this. Just make the bottom heim joint at the upright longer?
This set up is installed on Adams Goblin, I saw it Saturday and it looked awesome. It has been driven, Lonny got stopped in it and given a warning for having too much fun. I need new control arms and hope this will be available soon.Man, I sure hope this comes to fruition. Hoping to add this option to my order before my chassis ships. I have pretty strong mechanical skills, but am limited to mostly OEM suspension knowledge. I do not know nearly enough about suspension geometry, load, etc to even attempt to set something up from scratch. Some of you guys have very technical posts that may as well be in Mandarin Chinese for me.
Dale E is most likely on the mark with DF being limited to offering "plug and play" options, and I can certainly appreciate that for a suspension option like this. It needs to be safe, well designed and optimized for beneficial results. Something that probably at least 3/4 of Goblin builders are not qualified to attempt.