Definitely mount off the bottom. With a spacer to put the it down a little farther. Then a tab to double shear it.
yea I remember someone saying to think of it like a blind man using a walking stick and pushing it forward on concrete.... the lower he puts his arm.. the less likely it is to grab on sidewalk and jam up.
I'm more curious how your steering is going to work out though. It seems like at full bump the knuckle pivot is well above the frame rail? You gonna have bends down in steering?
Y'all have made most excellent suggestions and added brainpower to this build! I am grateful for that! Today is a no progress day as it is a nice 95° and sunny so its time for another redneck pool day! I need to pick up some some ¼" plate so I can draw up my radius arm brackets and cut them out, maybe I will do that tomorrow....fuckin steel place has fucked up hours due to the Rona.Mounting tie rod underneath would be better for frame clearance. Minimizes any bends needed in the tie-rod.
As far as the tie rods go the bump pics are "beyond" maxed out for my liking...based on some angle calculations and strong tape measure work if it is at full bump there and I allow it to droop to the same angle I would be netting around 25" of travel lol
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