ABCAB Posted June 17, 2017 Share Posted June 17, 2017 Daver123, thanks for the reply. Sorry I'm only getting back to this thread now, been offline for a while with work and technical problems. Yip, I'm running a leaf sprung SAS at the moment. I would really like to try my luck with a three link and Panhard. I thought of Radius arms, but I see some guys are saying they get binding. Basically what I think I need is measurements from someone who has managed to get a stable rig at higher highway type speeds, but have been able to achieve some good flex, I mean, that is what the SAS was for in the first place. I have ended up with around a 6-7" lift, so I am hoping that just to copy the length of your arms and hieght of the mounts off the floor on the diff and the chassis ends should give me a good place to start. I can compare angles of the upper and lower arms and see how this fits into my plans. I supppose technically, I should rather be looking at the distance from the centre of the diff tube to the chassis mounting point. I know you can't really have a good handling road rig, and good offroad flex in a single package, but yours seems to be close, and mine is my daily drive that needs to be fairly manageable for my wife to drive as well. Of you think I am hoping for too much, please tell me. Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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