Re: Lifting rear wheel
It's only up a true 2.5 inches, body lift only,
so frame and drivetrain are still at normal
height - except higher due to the taller tires.
Also I've added about 80 lbs underneath in a full
length skid plate, front to rear axle.
All control arms are still at the original angles,
original suspension, coils and shocks.
The problem seems to be the balance point is
too far forward, and the short tail end
doesn't provide the leverage to compensate.
I hadn't thought about lengthening the rear's
arms top and bottom.
Thanks, that's a good posibility.
That would certainly cut down on the arc it swings
I'm looking for an extra 18 - 24" wheelbase,
some at each end.
Either I'm doing a first or nobody that has done
it is admitting it.
Hmmmm, I wonder if that's a bad sign?