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Howdy folks,

I just recently went 2.5" on my springs (SPUA) and have found that the steering eometry is out. I have a smaller turning circle on one side in comparison the the other.

It's too damn expensive over in Australia at the moment to go get a dropped pitman arm but I can get my drag link extended for $40 (about $20US).

I don't really care about bump steer as i have a trick three shock stabiliser setup. What I am worried about is, WILL IT WORK GOOD or will it JUST WORK?

thanks guys
suziskip

'85 SuziSkip
Slowly building a beast.
"If it's too hard or you're a pussy, give me a go at it"
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not sure. I can find out. give me a day or two as I'm pretty busy designing some kick arse web sites for clients. I'll post back prices and who supplies them when I found out the info for ya..

take it easy and keep on zookin.

'85 SuziSkip
Slowly building a beast.
"If it's too hard or you're a pussy, give me a go at it"
http://www.newflavour.com
 

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I've gone SpOA, and I built my own z-link, which means I also had to extend it. I've been very happy with it so far. I've heard stories about the pitman arm getting tangled in the suspension, and I just liked the idea of the z-link better. As far as bumpsteer is concerned....Well, I don't really have any complaints, but I don't have a lot to compare to, if you know what I mean. Not too many zooks around here. I do have a knicker-knob (ya know that spinning knob you see on a lot of old tractors?) on my steering wheel, and that greatly aids controlling bump-steer...But you can't beat the price of fabbing your own z-link!

Pillard
'87 Sami, 5.5" SpOA, 33" Pro-Comps, Snorkel, 8k winch, 23" buggy-leafs, etc, etc.
 
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