Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
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Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension

Methinks a different thought ...There is much discussion about what 
these changes will do to the column/frame.  But I've never hear any 
discussion about reinforcing the column/frame.  Seems there are at least 
two general options:
1) weld support to the column/frame
2) non-welded support added to the column/frame

Has anyone thought of where the reinforcement would be needed?

MeAlsoThinks that the total forces exerted via the LCA is the same 
before and after the mod.  No additional load/force has been added.  The 
difference is that the loads my be expressed via different paths and 
potentially longer lever arms.  Anyone have the capability to model 
this.  I think this is an Finite Element Analysis (FEA) problem.

Me done thinking :-)


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