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Thread: ROCKWELL Question

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    Can the whole knuckle assemblies be swapped from side to side to convert to a front steer?
    Big Blocks RULE!

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    Spicer ask John Summers he is running 2 front axles
    Tree, WHAT Tree officer?

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    yes but why do you want that
    it\'s not how big the engine is ,it\'s how hard you push the skinny pedal

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    So that the tie rod is in the front in a more standard location.
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    there more protected in the rear
    it\'s not how big the engine is ,it\'s how hard you push the skinny pedal

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    I know that. I'm not looking to do a full hydraulic set up yet. Funny, I've got like 4 steering orbitals too. I'm looking into AGR rockram assist.
    Big Blocks RULE!

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