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Stuffed pic, but not quite all the way.
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my sheet kinda works

edit, remmber, everything out of my D44 except for the knuckles and gears is for sale!. ARB(sold), ford custom 8 lug outers, Tires, Housing, 1 warn NEW axleshaft, long side inner. lots of spare shafts

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my other junk really works
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Zach is your Bronco on a 20 or 30 degree there?
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bronco 30*, zuks on 25*
atleast i think it was a 30* it was a while ago.
it could flex better, but im not to worried about it....
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Re: Solid vs TTB travel

Here's the most decent flex pic I could find... rear axle is doing all the work, and if you note it is a leaf sprung solid axle [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img] The flex it has in stock form and its simplicity is what makes me want to do a leaf sprung SAS up front... coils are overrated and more complex than necessary as far as I'm concerned. Here ya go [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
<img src=http://www.superford.org/getfile.php?id=77603&amp;toggle=fullsize&amp;filen ame=MuddyRamp1.JPG>
<img src=http://www.superford.org/getfile.php?id=77605&amp;toggle=fullsize&amp;filen ame=MuddyRamp3.JPG>
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Good pics guys! Got any measurements??? Could a solid axel guy put the bronc in the air, frame on stands, measure droop on one side, then jack the other side wheel up, and remeasure droop? Seems that would give a ruff idea of articulation. I know I'm asking alot from a TTB lover. Maybe I can try it with my rear 9". Anyway, thought this might be of interest and trying to get you guys going. Not looking for a fight. If I go do more difficult trails, I will probably get to a SAS eventually.
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More difficult than Blanca, man you are a nut [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
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IMO there is no contest. For traction: solid wins hands down. For high speed performance: TTB

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well i am goingto a local trail tomarrow and i know of a place where i can measure the full travel of the TTB w/ 6". ill pull it off the grond to get full droop and the set it down on that wheel to get full up movement(dont kbnow the proper term for that other than stuffing a tire).

Wish me luck



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