The big problem I see is getting the travel without getting bump steer. I think the Miller mounts the rack low and the tie rods go up, looks like it would have a toe change but apparently they work.
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I never thought of it, but those tie rods are very short.
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From experience with both the single shock front and the dual struts... we did the front struts that Miller is advertising now back in 2004/2005 on a 245" wheelbase car that also had rear swingarm suspension. This is not the type of suspension you want for a hardtail car with just front suspension. There really isn't much performance gain with them just a little help with smoothing the ride. For a hardtail car the performance gain you get from the single shock car on the starting line and in the shut down is the best way to go. It allows more travel and is better suited to help the stability in the shut down area.
I don't know if I have better photos or not.
Thanks for the info..
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