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09-28-2008 09:09 AM
MR.CLIFFORD triangulate the front and rear. Track bars suck.
09-28-2008 01:59 AM
mr4x4 triangulate the rear and tri link the front

the great thing about the scout axle in the rear is the shafts are the same length you only need to carry one spare
09-28-2008 01:15 AM
punkafi888
custom coil over shocks

ok i have decided to go with foa coils and blue springs. now i have also decided to go with 4link front and rear. now its parallel vs. triangulated. i am leaning tward triangulated.of corce i know its all custom 44 rear and built 44 front both are scoutII axles work great so far, rear is in and front is being built. well let me know what you guys think so far.

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