The design of an off-road buggy (generally) means most of the weight is in the rear, this means load transfer is quick and gives a lot of rolling motion to the rear part of the vehicle.

The Mk1rear suspension is a trailing arm design that incorporates a toe link design which allows for the correct setting of toe angle, this increases the stability of the vehicle and in turn, reduces power wastage.

CAD design has created the optimum camber change through (limited by axel angle) 21” of travel. There is the option of either boxed or tubed rear arms with a variety of hub mounts to ensure maximum compatibility with components suppliers.

Revrange MK1 Chassis

Rear arms

All pricing shown is in USD

The arms are manufactured from 1.5” x 0.102” (38.1mm x 2.6mm) 350G CDW Tube which is subjected to the Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) process after manufacturing, this strengthens it through cold working. The end result is a strong and lightweight tube ideal for suspension component manufacturing.

The Revrange rear arms are manufactured out of .125” (3mm) steel plate, they provide extra strength with pieces for internal gusseting, ribbing keyed tabs, and doublers.  These also include a full-length top plate for extra stability and strength.

Suspension or alignment jigs are designed to hold and position suspension arms or upright spindles accurately during various stages of assembly, inspection and/or repair processes. Our jigs are all designed to use our innovative positioning peg system which enables the one jig to build both the left and right side suspension components - there is a separate jig for the upper arm, lower arm, spindles, and rear arms. Using these jigs helps maintain the desired geometry and alignment, ensuring structural integrity and safety.

Email: chassis@revrange.com
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