Re: Re: Re: Re: taking the slack out
> Chuck, If I read you correctly the lead arm is as loose as spaghetti , then catches up to the shoulder? Then there will be a disconnect from the shoulder which creates slack? Dosent Jack M.'s theory refute this? I agree that 'tight' might not be the best word and can be misconstrued but it seems Brian's more in line w/ J. Mankins view of linkage shoulder to arms. Hope Jack can clear this important issue up. Thanks,
Disconnect happens when the front arm moves away from the body, so from an overhead view the angle between the front arm and body becomes too large.
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