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    • Now would be a great time for me to do that for you because it is up on the lift. Only issue is my lift is at my shop a couple miles from home and I am at home. I'll try to remember to do it as soon as I get there but that may be 10:00 as I have got a delivery to make by 6:15 this morning.
      Tim "Ghost" Ganey
      Winfield, Alabama
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    • Ghost wrote:

      Now would be a great time for me to do that for you because it is up on the lift. Only issue is my lift is at my shop a couple miles from home and I am at home. I'll try to remember to do it as soon as I get there but that may be 10:00 as I have got a delivery to make by 6:15 this morning.
      Boy, the service around here sucks....

      :00008172:
      :BLUESS:
    • KayTwo wrote:

      Ghost wrote:

      Now would be a great time for me to do that for you because it is up on the lift. Only issue is my lift is at my shop a couple miles from home and I am at home. I'll try to remember to do it as soon as I get there but that may be 10:00 as I have got a delivery to make by 6:15 this morning.
      Boy, the service around here sucks....
      :00008172:
      Well, as usual I am late! LOL

      Measuring this was not what I envisioned at all. And if I had to bet on the distance I would have lost all my money.

      Best I can figure there is only about 2 7/8 to 3" travel from lock to lock. I measured from the bolt that goes through the tie rod end to the frame directly below the where the rod enters the rack.

      And yes I know my pictures suck but it was a pita to hold the tape and hold the phone and mash the button, you get the idea!
      Tim "Ghost" Ganey
      Winfield, Alabama
      205spam412spam2868

      The post was edited 1 time, last by Ghost ().

    • Hey @Ghost

      Is your Slingshot still on the hoist???

      I need front A arm chassis mounting measurements...

      Lower A arm front inner bushing vertical dimension to Upper A arm inner front bushing. Center to center, or bottom to bottom etc.

      Also:

      Lower A arm rear inner bushing vertical dimension to Upper A arm rear inner bushing, again center to center, or bottom to bottom etc.

      I also need a rough angle of the front wheel / tire when turned to lock in both directions, either side will work.

      Just close will do, don't need pics ;)

    • mikeyapproved wrote:

      Hey @Ghost

      Is your Slingshot still on the hoist???

      I need front A arm chassis mounting measurements...

      Lower A arm front inner bushing vertical dimension to Upper A arm inner front bushing. Center to center, or bottom to bottom etc.

      Also:

      Lower A arm rear inner bushing vertical dimension to Upper A arm rear inner bushing, again center to center, or bottom to bottom etc.

      I also need a rough angle of the front wheel / tire when turned to lock in both directions, either side will work.

      Just close will do, don't need pics ;)




      Front vertical measurement is roughly 10 1/2"

      Rear is roughly 9 1/8" This one is a little more tricky to measure as the top bushing is not parallel to the bottom one.

      I'm not sure which angle you want? The vertical angle of the tire/wheel in reference to the floor or the horizontal angle in reference to the centerline of the SS?

      I don't mean to make this harder than it needs to be but I assume whatever you are doing it is important to you and I do not want to give you bad information.
      Tim "Ghost" Ganey
      Winfield, Alabama
      205spam412spam2868

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