Ive heard you dont want less than 8 degrees but ive also heard that people have up to 20 degrees in caster.What determines how much caster is needed when building beams??? is it how much travel your shooting for or is it something else???
cool thank you much help.Their just going on a ranger.why im asking is cause i have all the front suspension components complete for my ranger but their ball joints so i just wanted to see if their worth running you know.
Im new to solidworks but i can still make simple things but nothing crazy.I have been trying to make a full tube truck chassis but havent had much luck.Do i sketch the whole chassis out then extrude my sketch??? or is their another way to build a full tube chassis on solidworks????
Ive tried to find threads on this topic but didnt find much so i though id start one. Ive heard alot of people say King pin is the way to go but ive also heard ball joints are the way to go so im super lost.
Heres my question-----------To build Equal length extended beams are ball joints...
This might be a dumb question but im gunna start building my ranger but i decide on what shocks to get.I know i want 14 in coilovers in the front and 16 in coilovers in the rear....So heres my question can i run all around 2.0's or do i need all around 2.5's?????
Ya thats what i heard that they come with disc brakes and a 4:10 gear ratio.Ya im intrested in it forsure and i got a stock complete ranger rear end that i can use to trade or trade with a little cash as well with anyone you know of