Beaumont Built "Mai-Tai-Yota"

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Motiracer38

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I've been cranking away on the back half. Got the tube work done to the bumper, decided on dual spares laid side by side. Swapped the fuel cell for a jeepspeed to keep it under the bed rails. I even finished up the sway bar mount, arms, and links. It uses a 1.25x 42" bar and 22" arms mounted to the trailing arms to maximize rate at ride height. Brake rotor adapters are even in work.


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FasterNU

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By maximize rate at ride height... you mean link and tie rod are at 90* at ride height?

The Camburg set up I have is a 40" bar out of 300M I think... and also turned down to 1.25". I have 24" arms that I can adjust from 24ish-28ish. BroDaddy has 28" arms with same bar.

Sounds like you are in same general ballpark. You will LOVE it.
 

Motiracer38

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Not so much 90, but the angles are equal between the sway arm to rod and rod to link centers. I think the sway arms will run uphill at ride height a bit to match the lower link angle. Hoping it's close enough, I've never run one off road

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