On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 13:36:48 +0000, Austin Shackles
<austinNOSPAM@ddol-las.net> scribbled the following nonsense:
>On or around Wed, 11 Jan 2006 13:06:48 +0000 (UTC), Simon Isaacs
><email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>>On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 11:30:47 +1300, Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org> scribbled
>>the following nonsense:
>>>I realise Jeep is a swearword here, but it's the four wheel steering
>>>that is interesting. Something that could be done on an 'extreme' landrover?
>>Have seen people at Billing selling the four wheel steering kits for
>>mega bucks, also needs a front axle, which you have to mount at the
>>back, and turn updside down, as the diff is no longer in the right
>Depending on the length of vehicle you might get away with a different
>propshaft, rather than reworking the axle to be the other way up. I'd be
>inclined to take that approach, meself.
most of the challenge trucks are 90's or 100" vehicles, so cant
realkly do that. Also add in the extreme angles of articulation
achieved in challenge events, especially with modified suspension
setups, and things get very tricky!
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