I was curious if those who have Titan swapped can list the issue they have had. Has the increased track width at the front ever prevented you form being able to travel down a Jeep trail?
If you do this, you're just allowing yourself to run the M205 front differential, you're not truly 'Titan Swapping'. Which is fine if you simply want the benefit of having the more robust differential in place of the R180.Nothing really. If you don't want the increased track width, use Pathy V8 halfshafts for stock width. I'm waiting to do mine til sometime this summer.
Indeed, that is correct.If you do this, you're just allowing yourself to run the M205 front differential, you're not truly 'Titan Swapping'. Which is fine if you simply want the benefit of having the more robust differential in place of the R180.
If you truly want to TS, you've got to use the Titan width LCAs, UCAs, tie rods, and CVs. There's no choice but to significantly widen your track width. This, of course, comes with significant gains in articulation from the IFS, which is why most people Titan Swap in the first place.
You're only looking at an extra 1.5" width on each side. Your side view mirrors, when folded, stick out further than a TS stance. If the "wider" stance causes you a problem...you've got bigger problems to deal with.I am referring to the suspension Titan Swap. With a Lokka in the R180 it should be as strong or stronger then an open M205. I am more curious if the extra track width ever becomes a concern on narrow and tight trails?
Yup. In Maine you would need to have flares wide enough to pass. I used to take the spacers off my dad's Jeep, have it inspected, and reinstall because his flares weren't wide enough.Depending on the state you live in, and the vehicle inspections, you may not pass inspection and not be able to get it registered and legal to drive on the street.
I really hated how much mud/sand/gunk the tires sprayed down the sides of the vehicle. You can't drive with your arm out an open window because all the little sand/pebbles pounding your arm.