Too nice to wheel hard?Just had a friend have George put an 80 series axle under the front of his 60 series, but they flipped the radius arms to be on top of the axle instead of below. Wondering if you were considering that, or, is this thing too nice to wheel that hard?
makes sense. I think there is usually a 4-6 inch lift requirement to keep the arms from hitting.Too nice to wheel hard?
In my case, with the suspension being so low (basically stock height with 40 inch tires and 6 inches uptravel), I couldn't flip the arms. It would cause all kinds of interference issues with the steering, frame, control arm mounts, etc. The stock suspension seems to work just fine for me with the new shocks, bumps, and front swaybar removal. More ground clearance under the axle would be nice, but it doesn't seem to be a huge issue.