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please spell your words correctly



you can do it a number of ways..

air cylinders, just need a double-acting cylinder and a 3 way valve..






bags and juice, its all about weight transfer..
 

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I wonder if it is true about air cylinders being unreliable. I like the idea of using air cylinders - not for this car, but maybe a future project.
 

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they are like any cylinders .if you abuse them you will need to rebuilt seals and sometime shaft break they are i say 50/50
 

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Originally posted by lolow@Dec 10 2003, 07:20 PM
they are like any cylinders .if you abuse them you will need to rebuilt seals and sometime shaft break they are i say 50/50
It sounds like air springs are the best choice, unless, I suppose, if you want to pull as well as push.
 

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i had bags on my d - 50 i had to drop it to the ground and strap up one side then lift the front corner of the side thats strapped and the opposite rear corner kinda ghetto but it dogglegged also i added weight to the rear and pulled a baby 3 like about 10 inches
 

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I stil dont get it... What are the lines in the diagram?? where do they go?? I have no idea what im lookin at!!!!
 

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naw dude i'll make it more clearly since i guess bigdan made it confusier.....

um ok get a double acting cylinder, wat dude u don;'t know wat a double acting cylidner is geesh ok i will tell u, well wat it is a cylidner with 2 ports one usually at the top and bottom or on the sides....

Now in order to three wheel ur gonna need 2 extra valves for the rear wheel

do u get it now dude?
 

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Originally posted by hydros2004@Dec 13 2003, 06:53 PM
naw dude i'll make it more clearly since i guess bigdan made it confusier.....

um ok get a double acting cylinder, wat dude u don;'t know wat a double acting cylidner is geesh ok i will tell u, well wat it is a cylidner with 2 ports one usually at the top and bottom or on the sides....

Now in order to three wheel ur gonna need 2 extra valves for the rear wheel

do u get it now dude?
shut up fuckhead... :uh:


the lines in the diagram are the hoses from the valve, the big block thing is a spool valve..

air into the piston side will extend the cylinder and raise the car, air into the other side will drop the car and suck the wheel up..
 

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no dude ur understand it way better with 2 way valves

althou 3 way valves is good but homie it seems like ur not understand the concepts

My best friend bigdan has spent hours/day trying to get u to understand......

Plus u have a unibody 3 wheeling it i wouldn't take chances doing but with juice thats a different story :biggrin: :biggrin:
 

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Alright.... I got it, Your diagram just wasnt clickin in my head.. Thanks...
 

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Oh yeah, would I have to add another switch??
 

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Originally posted by S10lifted+Dec 14 2003, 10:19 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (S10lifted @ Dec 14 2003, 10:19 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--hydros2004@Dec 13 2003, 06:44 PM
My best friend bigdan has spent hours/day trying to get u to understand......

:roflmao: :roflmao:[/b][/quote]
That's the funniest thing I've read since Juicedin2years came back!!! :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: :twak: :dunno:
 
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