Whoops... 1/16th of 2.5" is 0.15625". 0.25" would be 1/10th of 2.5".Beowulf said:The above is a bit to precise for me. Most will follow the following guide:
Ratio is 1:16 (easier to do than 1:15.75)
Lift is 2.5" (this is 40/16")
1/16 of 40/16" is .25"
I hope the above math is correct but it's been a long time since I was in 8th grade.
Rick - You got a pic of this? I was looking @ mine today and its mounted on the axle, not on the frame like others have posted, thanks!landtank said:I just bought some 1/2" tubing at HomeDepot. It was easily threaded to fit the assembly at the axle and acted like an extension. You could also adjust the ampount of braking by how much was threaded into the pipe.