'95 XLT: 5.8/MAF/E4OD/6" lift/4.56's/33x12.5x15
Okay, I give. The duplex forks are baffling me. The rear ones appear to be tied into the lower frame. So as I'm thinking, they cant pivot to turn the front wheel. Or absorb bumps...
Does the thing even turn? Or just enough to keep him going straight?
Btw, since we are on the subject, it reminds me of the German halftrack motorcycle from WWII. People have wondered how they turn. Well in fact, I learned it the other day. It's actually a really clever system. At high speeds, the front wheel does all the duties of keeping it going straight or veering slightly. At slow speeds, where turns can be sharper, the front wheel turns, activates a solenoid, which brakes one track, just like a normal tank.