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    Does anyone have the A arm jig from Badlands for the ST2? Or is there another way to jig theses up that is better for accuracy? Thanks
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    Senior Member ErwinBnl's Avatar
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    I build mine, it's very easy. Just measure everything up and use small strips to center the thinner rods for the arms.
    I'm building my personal Badland's ST2 Long Travel
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    Thanks for the reply. I will be working on those this weekend.
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    There are pictures of my Jig in my topic:
    https://www.minibuggy.net/forum/proje...tml#post171659

    Also, one over here:
    I'm building my personal Badland's ST2 Long Travel
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    I used 4 pieces of angle iron for my jigs for the st2, but they went with the frame when I sold it. I laced the tube into the angle, which set the distance and kept the two ends parallel.
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    Thanks that helps with my ideas. Its on the table for tomorrow.
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    rear arms



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    Very nice
    Thanks everyone for the help. Im sure I will have more questions as I get deeper into this.
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