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Unread 04-10-2009, 06:17 PM   #11
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Well guys and girls, I got the front leaf springs on top of the axle and the cart is now level. I got the alignment as close as I could by the eye and it seems to drive fine. One issue I am having is when I back up and cut the wheel sharp the cart starts dragging one of the front tires. It drags the outside tire so if you are backing left, the right tire starts dragging and if you are backing right, the left front tire is dragging. Is that an alignment issue, or are the tie rods too steep now?
Alignment... Use a tape measure. 0-1/8" in at the front.
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Unread 04-10-2009, 06:20 PM   #12
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Thanks Dirty. Would that be 1/8" in on both sides?
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Thanks Dirty. Would that be 1/8" in on both sides?
1/8" in at the front of the tires. 1/8" total.
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Sorry, when I asked both sides, I meant both tie rods?
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Sorry, when I asked both sides, I meant both tie rods?
It is best to do both tie rods.
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Thanks Dirty. Once again I am back up and riding smooth. I had no idea the alignment was so tempremental. Man its amazing how much a difference a little over and 1/8" can make.....
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Thanks Dirty. Once again I am back up and riding smooth. I had no idea the alignment was so tempremental. Man its amazing how much a difference a little over and 1/8" can make.....
Glad your'e up an runnin'...
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