Ackerman angle and I-beams???

partybarge_pilot

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Those are 4X spindles which are a little taller. With 2X spindles it can be a little harder to do, especially on short wheel base vehicles. The easiest way to get it is rear steer.......
 

atomicjoe23

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This isn't for a Ranger/Bronco/F-150, but something totally different so I can do rear steer without a problem (you meant rear steer as in the tie rods attach to the rear of the knuckle vs. the front correct and not rear wheel steer correct?). . .

. . .would you care to expand on that a little?
 

43mod

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i am probably wrong but with a stock car you tend to bend a lot more tie rods with rear steering?rods are almost always in compression
 

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like this tundra.
 

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43mod

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thats pretty!!!if your bored you can come build my i beamed scout prerunner
 
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