ORI's have their place. Just not on this buggy. A properly tuned coil-over shock will work much better. I see too many rigs similar to this one that still have to run bumps and sway bars. So now, all the money you "saved" is out the window and you have a product that's limited on tunability.Curious why you dumped the ORI’s for coil overs? I have heard good things about the ORI shocks but have no experience with them.
I've done the heat shrink on worm gear clamps before. It keeps them from scratching paint, powder, aluminum, cutting into a rubber line, etc. and helps them look less like ****.I was serious about the heatshrink. That's what Trophy Truck guys do.
My intermediate shaft is solid. Been running it for 4 years now with a WOD carrier bearing, no issues. Everything solid mounted. I think as long as you're shaft is as straight as possible, and all of your mounts are strong, it should be fine to skip the slip.How important is a slip in the short/ intermediate shaft driveshaft? Looking at doing a different carrier bearing than my WOD kit I have.
How important is a slip in the short/ intermediate shaft driveshaft? Looking at doing a different carrier bearing than my WOD kit I have.