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Old 04-12-2012, 08:35 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by kryptonitecb View Post
If a solid axle flexes so well then why do the desert racers use ifs? Solid axles have their place and for the cost of a sas you can flex out a ttb. Plus if you really want to flex a solid axle you'll have to link it, kinda like how a ttb already is. For fairness solid axles are far stronger than a ttb.

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Was that a serious question? IFS has the option of more travel deser racing has nothing to do with flex. If you read my post I mentioned it as well. In all fairness the jeepspeed guys do run SFA vehicles.

IFS will never flex. Flex is caused by one wheel pushing the other up or down. IFS cannot do that it is how IFS works. You can make a TTB drop out and compress better, but its still not a solid axle.
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