I have been making alot of progress on the buggy every night but mostly stuff that's hard to picture or really make a post about but I did finish up mounting my computer last night and for some reason always stresses me out.
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At the very least I would say the differential needs to go towards the passenger side atleast 2 inches to be able to set up everything optimally. If you can make that happen with shortening the long side go for it but I am not sure if its doable depending on how wide you want to be.
We have used that exact bracket but it still requires more compromise than I am okay with, the amount of uptravel you lose isnt worth not retubing it IMO
Long story short is it will work and you can wheel, but not Ideally IMO
You can move the bracket forward but very little before it contacts the pitman arm when your turned all the way driver and even then you have to limit up travel or get super creative with the track bar bracket. your way better off to shorten the long side or retube both sides to get the diff...
with a properly setup proportioning valve it shouldnt be an issue as long as the master cylinder can move enough volume for the bigger calipers. We have done a ton of these swaps and braking has never really been an issue after some fine tuning.
Over the last Few years I have acquired a few more sets of these and since I am building an unlimited car and going to 42s I really dont need the 40s hanging around taking up space. Throw me a decent offer and Im sure we can work something out.
according the phone call we had with him, everything was and about on the 12th burnout the suspensions hopped and then everything cut loose. IMO even a 35 spline shaft with that kind of horsepower and hopping with a 40" tire would be in jeopardy... But after this we are doing new axles though...