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    Default Parallel bars

    When doin the ls bars parallel die having them to far apart on cage say 5.5 up and 5.5 down on lower with long bars take away the thrust factor and keep it from hiking and taken drive outa car

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    Anyone with any insight on this?

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    If they are parallel, and both the same distance from the axle, distance from the axle will not matter as far as thrust angle gain.

    Longer bars will decrease thrust angle gain. Parallel bars will require softer spring rates to promote hike compared to similar thrust angle where cage rotation keeps the spring loaded.
    Droop isn't the problem.

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    Guess that explains while in rubber car hiked and moved fine but on super back slick it wouldn’t hike up and if it tried it was very late exit if that guess 19inches was to long lol

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