Sunday, June 18, 2017

Steering and stopping

The stock steering link on Forrest's Isuzu NPR wasn't the right length to work with the new four-wheel-drive front end. No surprise. Isuzu engineers design their steering with the idea some guy in Colorado might want to take one of their work trucks off road.

So Forrest and friends adjusted the steering link's length by cutting it and welding on a new end. Function and clearances were checked. It's good to go—where you point it.

New calipers and pads were also installed. Because stopping is an excellent thing.

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