Re: rollover angle
That's a tough question to answer........
If you have access to a forklift, you could try lifting the rig from one side and have ropes attached to keep it from flopping.
Of course this doesn't take into account the numerous variables in the real world. For instance you might find that you roll angle is say 50 degrees, but that will change when your moving, your tires are turned off centre, one or more tires rolls up on a rock or dips into a hole, dirt/sand/rocks move under the tires, and on and on......
I put a Sears angle finder on my dash at Rock Crawl 99. I regularily hit 40-45 degrees. On one obsticle I got both passenger tires off the ground and although I didn't have time to pay attention to the guage, I would say I went over 50 degrees.
'77 CJ5 Fozzy Locker
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