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I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

Ok, I have thought of another track bar solution!
I'll post some pics [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Here you go!

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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

howdy,
but the stock sammi third member is off set. i was think of dual trac bars on the frame mounted to the axle running beside the rear springs. would work if you had a centered pumkin.
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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

try this [image]http://bbs.off-road.com/ubbthreads/download.php?Number=952980[/image]
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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

Jimzuki, I think in the new Four Wheeler mag. is just what your thinking of in the Toy section that could work on a zook just as easily. I've tried to attach a pic hope it works.
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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

howdy,
yeah you found the same pic i have been looking at for the couple monthes. my biggest problem with trac bars are i kind-of scare about how the look for the sammi. see i like the breeze, but the u-bolts onto the frame worry me. there is alot of torque being put onto the bar. i like the spidertrax kit but one arm worries me to. but the a weldon too. the breeze is want most like, but the spidertrax kit is good looken. weld it on, and adjust the misalignment eyes to were you need it. the spidertrax kit would be great if they added a top bar to it. the worst problem is tring to decide. i like the breeze but the spidetrax bar is a weld on.
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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

If it's just the strength issue your worried about I'd say either one. Bolt on or weld will do a good job on a zook at around 2500 lbs. I've seen several on here useing them and talking about them and very few complaints on either setup. Most just go by their personal preferance.
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Re: I am DA\' MAN again, I have come up with a trackbar

howdy,
i think my real hard part is that i see most of these guys as rock crawler. but with the croud i run with it's all mudd. and with some of the stuff we hit, if i'm not up at or near 35mph i'm drowning. but i guess it's my own fault, to many buddies with full-size trucks and 44's. most of the trails are deep and mudd is lakeish. i need some that going to last. i have found that the frame u-bolts suck, i.e. my skid plate. thing keep braken to i did what glenn told me to do.
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