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Front Suspension

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This shot gives you an overall look at the front suspension workings. First, a subframe from steel plate and DOM steel tubing was built, and integrated under the stock front frame rails. Lower A-arms attach there. All suspension and steering components were 3D CAD designed and laser cut, and then TIG welded to form the complete structures. The uprights mate to the upper and lower A-arms through uniball spherical bearings to allow for plenty of rotation for the suspension and steering movement. The front hubs are from a Ford F-150 4x4, and the spindles were custom machined from billet to mate the uprights to the Ford hubs. The front vertical travel is limited to 21

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