- Jul 12, 2011
- Reaction score
- Greece, Crete, Chania
- Vehicle Year
- Make / Model
- Engine Size
- 2,5 TD
thank you sir.First, congrats on sticking with it.
I don't know much about linked fronts [or rears] but it looks like your upper links are triangulated to the lower links. Wouldn't that mean you don't need a track bar?
Did you cycle the suspension and when you did, was there binding between the track bar and the other links? I'm thinking that the angled top link will be fighting against the track bar as you cycle the suspension.
What size are the bolts holding your links on both frame and axle?
i dont know the sizes of the bolts but i can measure them if you want. the suspension is a rubicon express i bought in 2008.
my suspension mounts are exactly the same as the jeep had with the dana 30.
the upper links are not triangulated too much to eliminate the existance of the track bar. (i hope you understand my english )
"I'm thinking that the angled top link will be fighting against the track bar as you cycle the suspension."
and there is the big thing in the whole "track bar mount fitting"
the track bar has to be in the right possition to not "fight" against the suspension, and it has to be long enough not to "fight" against the steering. plus, it has to be in the same angle with the upper steering bar.
Its a good geometry issue.
and because of my work, i'm good in geometry