Re: traction bars
ya, it can get real nast on gofast car with W I D E S L I C K tires.
J.R. F-Bodys use that set up from the factory, the only prob is that they
also don't have much suspension travel([img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/blush.gif[/img]well, I guess we don't either[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/blush.gif[/img])
It would work good on a coil sprung truck but not on leafs. The arc of the drive shaft
is much larger than that of the spring, also when a leaf spring compresses the axle
actualy moves backwards(thats why there's shackels back there and slip joints in the
drive shaft) I was thinking of dampeners because it help smooth it out without riding
like a buckboard wagon. The only way to actualy eleminate it is stiffer springs.
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