No doubt. Talk about dropping off the map...ragpaoa wrote:Hi everyone.
It's been a while since I posted.
You sure spent a lot of time with the various angles. Did you do this by yourself, or did you make your wife help you? Good stuff! It does show a marked difference. I need to look up a diagram with the swaybar connects, because I just can't visualize it. I wonder if quick disconnects could be rigged? With the swaybar disconnected, you don't think there is too much stress or severe angles involved? I love the idea of more articulation, like who wouldn't? Glad to hear you are still alive, breathing & messing with your PF!
Now that I have a bit of time, I just wanted to post something that I have been wanting to do for a long time. My Articulation Test.
Then 05+ Pathy has been crticized for it's lack of a true off-roader due to it's limited articulation. However, with a 17mm box wrench and 7 minutes, you can disconnect the swaybars before wheeling.
I'd like to see those. I'll also have to see if I have a 17mm wrench in my kit. Surely someone here will be able to devise a quick disconnect of sorts. I know Jeep has them, and if I'm not mistaken, they also have remote disconnects. I just haven't been paying any attention to much of anything outside Nissan land. I've been on 2-3 wheels way too often in the Pathie, so added articulation is pretty much at the top of my wish list.ragpaoa wrote: If we can fabricate a quick disconnect, this would be awesome.
I'll post some pics soon to show you how easy it is.
That's the ticket. Although I would only feel comfortable if super heavy grade parts were used. I'm hoping that someone will be able to come up with a passable solution.socal4x wrote: It seems to me we should be able to do something like this: