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Old 03-30-2008, 05:29 AM
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IFS for T bucket

AS I am starting out building a bucket from scratch, I am thinking of going for IFS rather than the standard I beam front axle. Has anyone got any experience here or know where brackets and mounts are readily available. Looks like I will be sourcing a lot of my parts from the US as what I have found so far on the 'net seems to be most parts and mods are fairly easy to get there.

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One of the members here (Walt) has modified a tube axle operate as an independant. It's pretty slick and gives the appearance of a tube axle but allows each front wheel to move independantly while attached to the same axle shaft. I know it's not an IFS in the true sense of the word, but allows much more articulation than a standard hairpin sretup but is still simple in design. And you could make it from standard axle parts.


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Wow, looks good. Thanks for that info and pic, something to store in the memory bank. That's more what I was thinking of rather than true IFS. Just coil overs on a solid axle.
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