|03-14-2008 03:40 PM|
|4.0l sahara||I know about that and all the after market boxes but was wondering about high flow pumps.|
|03-14-2008 12:58 PM|
|03-14-2008 01:13 AM|
|Triple88a||yes but 1400 bucks seems a bit steep.|
|03-13-2008 02:18 PM|
|4.0l sahara||I've also heard the psc steering boxes are good.|
|03-13-2008 01:47 PM|
|4.0l sahara||Has any body done any upgrades to the steering like the bigger power steering pumps? Do they help?|
|03-13-2008 11:16 AM|
well i gues my "hydraulic steering" idea might help others than just me Any more feedback on it? how to make it work better is welcome.
My rc springs are so hard, i am currently driving with removed rear and discoed front. It leans a bit more but no problems.
|03-13-2008 10:39 AM|
|GrnTJ||Im just gonna do a triangulated 4 link up front. But I like that sway bar, haha.|
|03-13-2008 02:59 AM|
i wanted something like this (not parallel to one another)
maybe even 4 link.. no idea.. i don't have a welder for now so i'm just throwing ideas around
btw note the anti sway bar on my sig image right bellow the front differential laying on the ground.
|03-13-2008 02:48 AM|
It has to do with the rest of the suspension and the steering... plus the other guy(hydro assist) has leaf springs instead of coils.
If your really thinking of a 3-link front, keep the panhard/track bar. It will make things simpler.
|03-13-2008 02:45 AM|
Now whats the difference between this setup
and the piston added instead of the drag link on that setup ^?
I've had this idea in my head for a bit, thought i might ask around here... see what people think.
|03-13-2008 02:38 AM|
Thats a hydraulic assist.
It still uses a drag link and power steering box in conjunction with a hydraulic ram.
|03-13-2008 02:32 AM|
Its no different than the regular steering.
|03-13-2008 02:28 AM|
|AzTJ||That would still be a full hyrdaulic steering as there isn't a connection from the frame. And There is a reason why you haven't seen a set up like that... it will break stuff. That tie-rod will not last.|
|03-13-2008 02:12 AM|
What about something like this for the steering? Sort of like "semi" hydraulic steering that still uses the stock steering box? (cost = 2 hydraulic pistons and few lines)
Black (round with square up) = stock steering box
Red = axle
Brown = full tie rod
Purple = fluid
Blue = fluid
Black by sides = "tires"
Gray = hubs
Black outline with green rod in it = hydraulic pistons
|02-05-2008 11:43 PM|
|AzTJ||Dookey Too has two of them. Just like a stock TJ.|
|02-05-2008 09:57 PM|
|Triple88a||Does Dookey too have a track bar?|
|02-05-2008 05:41 PM|
You can, in theory. You just have to make the drag link parallel to the ground. That kills it for most. I almost chose a 3 link with pan hard over my front 4 link just for ease and simplicity. But I hate track bars.
|02-05-2008 04:51 PM|
|1BLKJP||However that Teraflex setup does exist and i've recently seen it on someone's rig here in PHX. I follow the same school of thought with Jeeperman however that you can't get rid of the trac bar on a coil/linked vehicle without taking the steering box off the frame also (meaning going to full hydraulic).|
|02-02-2008 12:46 PM|
|Triple88a||ok that explains my question. Thank you JeeperMan|
|02-02-2008 10:27 AM|
|jeeperman||The reason you don't see triangulated (not necessarily 3-link) setups in the front, is that the steering would bind and create bumpsteer unless you go with a full hydraulic steering as the draglink will not follow the same arc as the axle with a traditional steering setup. In the rear, you don't have to worry about it as there is no steering (or a full hydro setup).|
|02-02-2008 12:08 AM|
Isnt that the true 3 link setup? As i said i've seen it for rears but not for front..
|02-01-2008 11:48 PM|
|AzTJ||A 3-link front has 2 lower arms and one upper, along with a pan hard bar, or track bar to keep the axle centered.|
|02-01-2008 09:03 PM|
they are all four links
the teraflex kit removes the tracbar but it is still a four link
you get some good flex with most long arm kits
|02-01-2008 08:52 PM|
|Triple88a||well a 3 link that has the 2 lower control arms and one triangular upper control arm removes the track bar doesn it?|
|02-01-2008 08:31 PM|
rock krawler tri link
or you can weld up the poly performance long arms the front is a tri link
unless you count the tracbar as a link its a true four link front
You can even put the terraflex triangulated front long arms on
|02-01-2008 07:43 PM|
3 Link front setup?
Any one know where to look for a 3 link front setup? Is it even possible? I've seen 4 link fronts, i've seen 3 link rears but still have not seen 3 link front setup. Thanks.