info on multi-link rear?

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I did a search and could not find any info, so sorry if this has been talked about already.

I am doing a big custom job on a ranger, and would like to design (and build) a multi-link rear suspension. The only books I can find are for lowered street cars. I know the concept is the same as as a street application, but I would like to read up on a lifted application.
I have heard of kits out there, but I don't have $5k for a rear KIT!

Some guys at offroadrangers.com sent me over here. Thanks fo your help!
 

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How much are you charging for it? That is a big decipher if it's worth doing.

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This is most likely going to be a one off.
Yes it would be worth it. I would be doing all of the work. And sence it is my truck, I don't mind spending 50 hrs getting it right (hopefully the first time)
 

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For some nice reference pictures check out the Skunkz section on this site...especially H&M & truck and Stewarts Truggy.
Here is a site with a lot of info on coilovers, heim ends, limit straps, tubing etc. It is mainly a 'Crawler site, but they have lots of info:
Avalanche

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Making the link work, you forgot the www.

<A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.avalancheengineering.com/parts/suspension/coilover/coilover_partlist.htm>Avalanche</A>



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Actually I forgot the http and the www.....
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Michael <A target="_blank" HREF=http://jmartin.net/goose>jmartin.net/goose</A><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by michael on 03/17/02 04:48 PM (server time).</FONT></P>
 

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Do you have a web site for newline?
Can you make a custom multi-link?
If you don't have a web site, can you post a price or pm me a price list.
Thanks ----------------------RJ
 

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Did you pick up your truck yet?

How much was it?
 

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Depends if I get down there in time.......basically for photo/ video ops, and the likes.
Gotta make things happen here to support the "habit", you know!

PM me, and let me know your plans/ agenda.

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Did ya get the pics yet? Sorry to bug you on this, I just realy need some help with this.
 

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Can any body help me with this??? Some one out there has got to know, or have good pictures I can figure the idea out of......HELP....
 
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