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86 t top build thread

coryjones

Active Member
Yes he raised the tunnel due to the air ride. When the air is let out the drive shaft will contact the tunnel. he also had the axle narrowed 6". I am building offset control arms to clear them. When mine are tucked the axle contacts the frame and it looks like i may have to mod the tunnel as well.
 

coryjones

Active Member
Little more progress today i got my control arms built with these i will be able to run a 13" wide rim and a 345 tire and my gas tank mocked up i raised it 4" . I hate the look of the tank hanging down. I think i have decided to ditch the back seat now as well.















 

Bill

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Donator
That's an interesting approach. It give you plenty of room for the rubber, which is awesome. Do you think there will be any issues with the twisting motion of the front control arm bolt or change in thrust angle on the torque boxes?
 

coryjones

Active Member
I cant see any issue but i am not a engineer. The bolt are still being pulled on at the same angle there is just a jog in the control arm. There used to be a company that made offset ones but i couldn't find them so i made mine. I 100% guarantee they are a hell of a lot stronger then the stock or the SVE ones i had on there before.
 

coryjones

Active Member
I am looking for a sway bar i need something a little bit narrower then the mustang one anyone have any suggestions?
 

Bill

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Donator
Front swaybar...Gottcha. I was on the wrong page. RideTech has their new Musclebar, but you'd have to get measurements as they don't have one listed for a Fox. You might have to relocate it forward by adding a bridge bar (gusseted bracket) off the front of the control arm to move the swaybar pickup point forward and/or inboard a bit.
 
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