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Old 01-13-2009, 10:35 PM   #31
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back when 36s and stock axles were cool......yet similar suspension....(not that you can see it)

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heres another with stock type axles and 36s....anybody thats been here and climbed helicopter pad knows why i didnt make it in the rain.....not to make any excuses or anything

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Old 01-17-2009, 02:15 AM   #34
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nice and beefy!
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:14 PM   #35
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nice and beefy!

i dont like this style of truss b/c u only have about 5 inches of weld holding it to the tubes on each side.....if you were to tie it into the diff cover bolts and/or run a brace to some of the housing webbing and bolting it in i would call it good......we started out building that style of truss and have left that idea moving onto a tnt customs similar truss design....my truss has approximately 40 inches of weld tieing it not only to the housing but to the tubes, coil buckets, and it bolts to 6 diff cover bolts
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i dont like this style of truss b/c u only have about 5 inches of weld holding it to the tubes on each side.....if you were to tie it into the diff cover bolts and/or run a brace to some of the housing webbing and bolting it in i would call it good......we started out building that style of truss and have left that idea moving onto a tnt customs similar truss design....my truss has approximately 40 inches of weld tieing it not only to the housing but to the tubes, coil buckets, and it bolts to 6 diff cover bolts
There is more than 5 inches of weld on the housing. There is also a center brace that isn't shown. And it ties into the diff cover. This is the finished product.



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i guess its pretty beefy and it looks really good..sorry i doubted the design based on the first pics b/c i shouldve seen everything else
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They also make a front truss that I'm considering...
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