Would it be possible to have two shock mounts? I believe most people would want to keep the stock quad width, but that's just my opinion.
CV angle will only be effected by shock length, and mounting position. A-Arm length will have no effect on binding of the CV's.Greetings 700xx owners,
I am trying to settle on the most desired width and length characteristics for the 700xx. The length will be limited by the max misalignment angle of the cv's. +1 or +1.5 on the length shouldn't be a problem if we are going a few inches wider.
How wide would you all like to go? I think 49 inches might be a good max width just in case you want to go racing and you get some good after market tires which might push your width out closer to 50 inches.
Would you like me to keep the stock shock length so you can either get after market shocks or stay with your stock shocks? A little more width keeping the same springs will give you a little lower ride height. You could remedy this by adding a little more preload to your stock shocks.
Lend me your thoughts,
Sonic Development Inc.