These questions pertain to my NEW truck, not my Vortec powered 4x4....
I was thinking about moving my leaf springs inside the frame to gain more tire clearance(and mini-tubbing.) But then I thought if I'm going through the trouble of moving the springs, I might as well just upgrade to a better rear suspension.
My first question would be about the four link, I'm thinking I want to go with a triangulated four-link so I wont have to run a panhard bar with it. And this set up is similar to older Chevelles and Fox-bodies, so there is proof out there its a proven set up. But is this set up any better than a parallel link set up? Or a ladder bar set up?
Next question would be how long do I make the bars? I know I want them to be long enough to allow my suspension to articulate, but I don't want them too long because then they might start to flex?
Lastly, how are coil overs for daily/street driving? Are they rough and stiff riding?
Current owner: '99 ZR2, 383 Vortec L31
Previous owner: '93 GMC Typhoon #2025
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