the 'Duracell Project'
i don't get it. his fabrication skills are very good, but as an engineer i see so many ways for this to fail. catastrophically. the use of hairpins to keep the axle from rotating and then a swivel in the center to encourage rotation. but the biggest stress points and thus failure points i see, is moving his suspension to the rear 10'' and mounting it on 1'' solid round stock drilled thru the axle. even the panhard bar is mounted with a 10'' offset. i see it was finished in 07, i wonder if it was ever road worthy???Arrowhead said:There is another mmeber here that built a split tube axle which gives you the flexability (almost) of an IRS but the look of a solid axle.
Here's his website with a lot more pictures: