As some of you might recall we got a new Summit in April, but during our 1st and till now our only drive we broke the front right A-arm.
We got the A a few weeks ago as well from T-Bone A-skids, Front + Rear bumpers and chassis skid.
We are very happy with the T-Bone parts and for sure the skids PROTECTS the A-arms and the underpart of the Summit. The front bumper worked super.
Know the wheelie bar might not look great on a Summit, but it worked great a few times when the Summit otherwise would have flipped over and rolled down from a climb.
We got the A-arm installed, the parts form T-Bone, adjusted steering servos, wheel alignments and added top light bar.
When we got to our driving track, wife saw that the Summit had a strange angle sort of like sagging/hanging at the rear.
The below photo illustrates this.
Its like the suspension is too low...
This 2nd photo sort of illustrates the same, you can see there almost no ground clearance in the rear.
We also saw on the 2 rear axle shafts some damage apparently caused by the T-Bone rear A-skids as the below photos illustrates.
Any ideas what we can/should do to fix this sagging/hanging?
The suspension appears to be working when moving the arms up & down.
Could the T-Bone Rear A-skid cause this - like the parts are too heavy?
For the "damages" the the axle we assume we need to file on the "nut" that holds the skid - or?
Cheers Flia Hansen-Lopez