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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by fabr on Today at 05:43:20 AM »
Well,that's weird. The vid shows to me. I wonder how that is . I'm on the way to LS now. I'll try to correct this later.
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by Enemy on Yesterday at 09:17:31 PM »
That would be a negative ghost rider..
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by fabr on Yesterday at 08:46:51 PM »
Did my vid not play for you?
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by fabr on Yesterday at 08:45:45 PM »
Cool variation of a rocker arm suspension you posted. Also very interesting . I see a lot of good things with the one DS linked me to, kind of scratching my head as to how the one you posted can have much articulation though.
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by Enemy on Yesterday at 08:34:58 PM »
Ok, had to search it since you are leaving us hanging!

Cool stuff!!
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by Enemy on Yesterday at 08:32:06 PM »
Cool.
I almost have it pictured in my head.
Not really.

 ee:
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Chassis and Suspension / Cantilever Suspension
« Last post by fabr on Yesterday at 05:13:04 PM »
DS showed me this. Interesting. 
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: 5 link rear sandcar suspension
« Last post by BrianN on August 12, 2018, 05:06:05 PM »
It is double bottom link. And the parts are far from finished.
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Chassis and Suspension / Re: 5 link rear sandcar suspension
« Last post by fabr on August 12, 2018, 09:19:21 AM »
I would have it annealed since I saw posted some of it is from 4140 also. If it were all from 4130 and the welds were allowed to air cool slowly in still air  I would just run them but if it does have some 4140 I would recommend annealing the whole thing. 4140 will through harden whereas 4130 will not if welded with argon shielding as should be.

As far as the single bottom link as opposed to double, I would not have done that. Maybe it will be OK but we know for sure double bottom links are best. Your work looks good though. Carry on.

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Chassis and Suspension / Re: 5 link rear sandcar suspension
« Last post by dsrace on August 12, 2018, 09:02:52 AM »
here's why forward links need to be steel not aluminum lol    ;D ;D ;) ;) back in 2008 first and only time i thought i would try them on a heavy rail. works great on light weight bike powered but no so good on heavy rails  ;D















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