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    Builds Big Green Buffalo Build Thread

    Truck is broken, more on that later. While im working on fixing the broke stuff i did big boy steering. Heres a few pictures. You can find many more pictures and some technical info contributed by a handful of members. Yes ill move the panhard bar...
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    Builds Big Green Buffalo Build Thread

    Okay, maybe ill keep an eye on that spot after all..
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    How to prefix a "Builds" thread?

    You must earn it!
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    High steer, slee vs hellfire, panhard angles.

    Yeah i know, going to work on that panhard next, gotta get some brackets and other parts. i havent driven much at all with this steering, cant really drive the truck right now, my rear 4 link bushings are toast, one of them no longer exists and the truck feels deadly as the rear axle move all...
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    High steer, slee vs hellfire, panhard angles.

    Yes of course, make me a bracket! ;)
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    High steer, slee vs hellfire, panhard angles.

    Currently no stabilizer, and some clearance issues with panhard bracket, even moving the tie rod lower between knuckles. Its pretty minimal but its there, ill keep working on it until its right. I will have to make a new panhard anyway, so those issues will probably be resolved then.
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    High steer, slee vs hellfire, panhard angles.

    Very loose how-to 1..Drill pitman arm hole, both front holes of lower steering arms(rhd arm already installed on leftside knuckle) to 5/8”. 2..Install slee arms on top of knuckle with studs and cone washers, same as on bottom of knuckes. (I dropped the dowel in, i did not weld it to knuckle as...
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    High steer, slee vs hellfire, panhard angles.

    Okay, i have all my parts. Im starting on this tonight and hoping to get pictures of the entire project. Once its all done and working well ill post all the pictures and a basic how-to at least with the slee arm route.
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    Builds Big Green Buffalo Build Thread

    thanks ;) There is plenty of sheet metal under and on 2 sides of each battery. I dont think there will be any risk of batteries bending or deforming that sheet metal under their own weight. There is no vertical wall below the battery bottoms anymore, but i cant imagine any senecio where that...
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    Builds Big Green Buffalo Build Thread

    it rides pretty good, a bit stiff but in a good way. the truck is fairly light at the moment, i built a huge cargo box recently, its weighs about 200lbs empty. Between the box, tools and recovery gear, a spare 140lb spare tire, its gonna get a bit heavier full loaded.
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    Builds Big Green Buffalo Build Thread

    Just picked this up..
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