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Old 04-19-2005, 10:34 AM   #1
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Default XXX4G+ Rear End Fix

BK2 rear end w/ MF2 rear hubs...

on high bite...AMAZING
with cavaleries minreg setup only switch to silver front springs..
and run short rear arms...
and BK bones up front...

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Old 04-19-2005, 11:24 AM   #2
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where did you place the camber link? Caliveri's setup position, or did you take advatage of the 3rd outer location on the MF2 hubs?

Also, you mention BK bones up front. Do you mean the older style universals that came on the xx-4/xx-4we? I didn't think they made bkbones for the front of the 4wd.
Do these have the same effect as bones vs CVD's in the back? (less side bite with CVDs)
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the BK bones mensioned in Ryans setup from the worlds are/were a prototype.

Don't quote me on this but I seem to remember them being a CVD still bit they used bearing rollers at the bone/outdrive end.

Its been nearly 2 years since I seen these so I could be wrong

in the UK we have been running the BK2 rear wishbones/Trinity BK2 rear hubs since the BK2 came out.

works very well

EDIT - just noticed you used the short rear arms with the BK2 rear end...? what is the point, that is the same as standard
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I think he used steering rack bearings for the bk bones.
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EDIT - just noticed you used the short rear arms with the BK2 rear end...? what is the point, that is the same as standard [/B][/QUOTE]


so that i can run the mf2 hubs...
inside hole..

im running the older style xx-4 type bones...
with prototype white derlin bones...
cant break em....
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