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Old 12-18-2012, 01:23 PM   #13
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Location: Middleburg, Pa. (Snyder County)
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Originally Posted by Strong Bad View Post
Loss of ground clearance could be an issue. As far as off-road and long travel with swaybars, some of the longest travel off road racer use swaybars:

The swaybars we use on Trophy Trucks are mounted upside down from what I've seen on most sidecars. The rear swaybar on the the #49 Herbst truck is mounted almost at the top of the "bed". It could be done the same on a sidecar too, but the bar would need to go through the trunk.
Agreed. Could be done to gain ground clearance. There could be a cut out in bottom of trunk area similar to what the ural bodies have for the 'snowmen'. . Could also run the bar under the seat area in some cases. Is it worth it for most folks ? Hard to say.

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