Im 5-11, and I have recently got back down to a 32" waist, but I am pretty sure that I wont blow away in a stiff breeze.
I have driven a 6" long arm TJ, and experienced the passenger side climb. The owner told me to crank the wheel to the left and mash the pedal (we were in a casino parking lot durring a tough truck type competition), damn if the driver side didnt drop like a stone and the passenger side fron climbed its way skyward, in a very funky feeling shift of weight.
One of the coil spring gurus in Vegas (Greg at Maximum Off Road), explained it to me as being related to tranny torque, and the fact that the track bar, exerts more vertical support to the passenger side in some manuevers,( I think its due to the fact that it is essentialy cantilevered), so it transferes
compression and droop loads diferently as the effective angle(the combination of gravity and induced exceleration loads) changes. ???? It actualy makes sense to me, Its just hard to explain. If you could only see me as Im angeling my arms and hands to demonstrate the forces in play, Im sure it would be as clear as mud.
Edit: Or you might think I was trying to take flight.
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