Originally Posted by YOUNZ
I built my own sidecar from scratch and I decided a prerequisite was a fully adjustable sidecar suspension, camber and toe in. Not extremely difficult to implement and very advantageous.
Just attach the car fundamentally, set basic toe in and camber, road test, pull over, make quick adjustments, proceed.
No need to adjust the entire rig in order to track properly.
Precisely what I have in mind! I cannot imagine any better way to do it, matter of fact. Also we have a great advantage in building it ourselves by knowing every nut & bolt and what they do! Hope the best for you in your build project!
Say, I don't suppose you have a running commentary of that build posted up anywhere? I'd be interested to see it, thanks!