|10-05-2009 12:20 PM|
|10-05-2009 09:17 AM|
i used to wear out rear axle yokes in my younger days, then a buddy told me to do what i just suggested, i didn't wear out anymore yokes after that.
|10-04-2009 10:06 PM|
Nope, I can say I have never seen what they do when I punch the gas. I'm not flexible enough to look under it while I am driving it .
........ and I don't have a cool under chassis camera either
|10-04-2009 09:39 PM|
|jpdocdave||ever see what they do when you punch the gas?|
|10-04-2009 01:10 PM|
|78cj7||YJ springs are almost flat from the factory, the flatter the spring the softer the ride and usually the better articulation. That is why the anti wrap is so helpfull you can get the soft ride on stockers and still not tear them up.|
|10-04-2009 12:00 PM|
|crafty||Flat worn out springs don't help the issue.|
|10-04-2009 11:22 AM|
|Jesse-James||Yeah that was his before vid. M.O.R.E anti wrap bar is going in today.|
|10-04-2009 09:20 AM|
|78cj7||Nice vids, could have used a bam bar there lol|
|10-04-2009 12:37 AM|
Thats just minor axle wrap from road driving ... what about what happens when you go off roading with lockers
YouTube - Axel rap R&D
(I hate when people disable embedding. GO TO DA TUBE!)
|10-03-2009 09:40 PM|
Cool vid a friend of mine made that shows spring wrap very well. This is in a 4 banger YJ on the street with stock springs SOA and (obviously) no anti-wrap device.
YouTube - SOA spring wrap