Bronco85 said:Also it has no support on the sides. That could rip right off..
Bronco85 said:OK It has support for going to the passanger side. But not to the driver side.
what you gonna weld the driver's side support to? the wheelBronco85 said:OK It has support for going to the passanger side. But not to the driver side.
Andy351 said:what you gonna weld the driver's side support to? the wheel
i found a shining example of how springs should look for an SAS.
I suspect that if you want to go high steer/knuckle under the stock mount could interfere with the steering in addition to the crossmember clearance. A strait bar directly over the axel wouldn't interfere with the hang downs on the crossmember either. I'm in the middle of doing mine. Soembody confirm these ideas?????Pile_Of_Parts said:Is there any advantage in ride and handling to make a custom lower track bar mount that is directly above the axle instead of using the stock one, or is it simply for crossmember clearance issues???
I'm about to either buy the superlift adjustable one, or if its better, I'm going to order heims, and DOM and have it tapped for a custom track bar..
I think somehow a heim and this lower and upper mount would be better than using the stock one... can someone correct me if I'm wrong?
I like this setup for the upper:
Thanks for laying it out like that - the entire weight of the Bronco and then some is on that tracbar bracket and steering box - upper track bar mount must REINFORCE and work together to tie the crossmember, steering box, and frame rail together, or you're gonna rip your frame or crossmember.The bracket will not be strong enuf on the frame with tying it into the xmember or having it cover a wide section of frame for load dispersment. The track bar puts lots of force on the frame and will bend or crack the frame. Couple that with the forces from the gearbox, and you REALLY need to make a good track bar bracket.