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Lookin good!

Thank u.

Curious what u all respond to the 4-link questions I was asking about the 4.0 calculators "front wheel bias" vs the 3.0 version lack of this and how said applies to setting up link mount heights. The anti-squat # r vastly different when the add 4wd vs 2wd (the 3.0 numbers seem to be based on only 2 wheels applying force???), that is if i'm understanding it correctly...
 

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Looks good dude! Love how you redid the wheel wells.

How much did you push the rear axle back?
 

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Roughly 10", have to check my notes but it ended up being a little over 10".
Nice! I like the way it clears the door so well. I was expecting to go about 8" back on mine to get the tire out of the door. I'm sticking to 35's, but need a lot of up travel for my plans.
 
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Nice! I like the way it clears the door so well. I was expecting to go about 8" back on mine to get the tire out of the door. I'm sticking to 35's, but need a lot of up travel for my plans.

I went a bit excessive, plan is to run 35's most of the time (running 4:88's) but built around the ability to run 40/42's if I where to decide to run anything that requires said, did not want to get down the road and wish I had tubed bigger...
In case I need to get over the curves at the mall...
 

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Looks like you have plenty of room to go bigger. What's your reason for sticking with 35's with those beefy axles? At least go 37's as a happy medium?
 
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Looks like you have plenty of room to go bigger. What's your reason for sticking with 35's with those beefy axles? At least go 37's as a happy medium?

35's working most shit, uses to running 32" and getting through places most peeps r running 35's, after running through a set of 35's I can easily jump up... overbuilt to help reduce breaking down while in the middle of nowhere, as I run solo 99% of the time (until I find that girl!), plus it will c a lot of hwy time getting to and from everywhere...
 

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35's working most shit, uses to running 32" and getting through places most peeps r running 35's, after running through a set of 35's I can easily jump up... overbuilt to help reduce breaking down while in the middle of nowhere, as I run solo 99% of the time (until I find that girl!), plus it will c a lot of hwy time getting to and from everywhere...
Just means you are running too easy of trails :flipoff:

But yeah I totally get it for highway use. The bigger you go the worse it drives for sure.
 
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Just means you are running too easy of trails :flipoff:

But yeah I totally get it for highway use. The bigger you go the worse it drives for sure.

Probably right, I haven't been doing the off road shit very long, hence the adjustability in the suspension and the ability to run bigger tires until I grow up and can be like all of u.... The increased wheelbase and large diffs may force my hand and require bigger tires so I don't get high-centered/caught constantly.
 

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Probably right, I haven't been doing the off road shit very long, hence the adjustability in the suspension and the ability to run bigger tires until I grow up and can be like all of u.... The increased wheelbase and large diffs may force my hand and require bigger tires so I don't get high-centered/caught constantly.
Yeah that stuff will definitely make 35's feel even smaller than before. At least you can use more skinny pedal to make it through things.
 
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