Yes...ANOTHER QUESTION! LOL Sorry guys! It seems I may have some competition in the fabrication of the suspension bars....although the competitions bars are not adjustabel at all . Anyways...he is using T6061 tubing, which has an OD of 1 inch and a wall of .125. I am using DOM, seamless mild steel tubing with a OD of 5.8 and a wall thickness of .120. Which would be stronger? not so much as to..."which would be easier to bend.." sorta thing...but if you were to have a machine pull the tubing apart until it broke(put the tubing under tension), which would be stronger? Also..which would give more? The bar will be under alot of compression then back to tension then back to compression thing...the control arm mounts are always trying to move in weird ways...in this case...would my mild steel give more or less than his 6061 aluminum? Just wondering!
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