Eh not really. Its more what you build your links out of and how your brackets are mounted.bradzuzu said:I went four link because I think the more connections the better and stronger.
looks like you have at least an inch or two in there, thats PLENTYbradzuzu said:http://i1095.photobucket.com/albums/i469/bradblake/9f5ae458.jpg
This is the best way for you guys to see how tight it is when stuffed. Without having a cropped down pic.
It was really helpful to build it bare frame. Just trying to make sure there wouldn't be any interference.
The frame horns where my guide for the most part.
Yeah that was exactly what I was trying to sort out....I knew the one over the pumpkin had to be uphill...IDK how I feel about the up hill running, then again it's out of the norm so there's gonna be that uneasy feeling. If it was a trail only rig I def see the bonus on drive-ling angle on drop offs...being a mix tho I'ma keep an eye on your highway success.bradzuzu said:This is at ride height. The upper link arms are sitting up hill/ not parallel with the lower arms.
Lack of room and an added bonus of this setup rotates the pinion up on full droop or down travel, this helps out the driveline angle and gives it more usable flexibility without binding.