I won't get to do any real wheelin' until Feb, but so far I like it. At slow speeds I can't really tell much of a difference, at highway speeds it makes the steering feel very stable. Input from the road does effect the steering at all (something I suffered from before). It's now just about only input from the steering wheel that as any effect.Can't wait to hear your feedback on the ram assist..
No, the drag link is still connected, so there is still a mechanical link between the wheels and steering wheel and one will obviously do what the other does.When you are driving down the freeway that is slightly banked and you have to hold the wheel slightly left to go straight, does the steering wheel slowly move left while the wheels stay straight??
It would only happen with full hydro, which would have no mechanical link, and as far as I know full hydro is not legal for on-road use, but I may be wrong.I have heard of people putting on a disconnect steering wheel so they can recenter it in tis situation. If yours does move like that what do you do to re straighten the steeering wheel with it being fixed??
Full hydro requires no mechanical linkage, so it will work regardless of where you place the axle and there is no mechanical linkage or steering box to break. The drag link is one less thing to worry about also when setting up for a lot of flex.so what would be the benifit of full hydro vs Hydr assist?
K-Rocks Feb 20/21 for definite. Got a cabin booked already, so if you need a bunk just LMK. I was hoping to get out on opening weekend, but it's the wife's birthday on Feb 8 and she kind of pulled a face when I mentioned I might be going to Katemcy, so maybe not.When are we wheeling?
It wasn't supposed to be that big, but the guy who bent it for me made it a little wider than I wanted. I kind of like it the way it is though.that's one big stinger! looks like it angles forward quite a bit....seems like if you had to use it, you should be worried about all that leverage being put on it, with not a lot of surface area for the welds.
Tie rod is still in stock position, but I'd like to flip it over the knuckle at some point.did you have your tie rod flipped before?
If you looked closely at my work you wouldn't say thatGotta say, I wish I had your skills in the shop.