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Re: J-Arm Ball Flip info
« Reply #60 on: Apr 04, 2008, 02:47:39 PM »
I am thinking about swapping my rear springs up front this spring.  I plan on building a pack with no more than 3 inches of lift, preferably less.  I really do not need a lift, because thats what hammers, saws, and welders are for.  I just want a nice riding, super flexible pack.  I was wondering I can just run a flipped ball joint, or will something like this have too much flex for the steering system to handle, especially since I will have to shorten the drag link to do the spring swap.  I really cannot do a high steer either because I would really have to do my homework and alot of work to make it clear since I am not lifting it alot.  So what do you guys think I should do?

wouldnt a dropped drag link work well for this? i know you will also be flipping the ball, but i see several rigs using both setups, some very mildly lifted

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