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07-13-2012 09:18 PM
67MercCat okay thank you, I have power steering. I'm trying to figure out the geometry Vaughn Gittin is using on his 69 Mustang, I wish he had a site that lays out the specs of the car.
07-11-2012 06:16 PM
LATECH Add some Caster in the alignment.You wont gain a lot, but it will give some. If you have manual steering , it will make the effort required to steer much higher, especially when you are not moving.
07-11-2012 06:10 PM
67MercCat okay thanks man. how can I increase turn radius without pushing the track width out all while not having the tires rub the frame? smaller tires?
07-11-2012 05:53 PM
LATECH NO. Wider track requires more area for a turn. Radius increases.
07-11-2012 05:13 PM
FRont Suspension Geometery question

Hey guys,
I'm doing a front suspension swap on my car and I'm just trying to figure out if a wider track width will give me a steeper radius angle. The goal is to achieve 60 degrees of turning radius with 17 inch wheels.


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