The setup will still suck IMO.
zukipuke - you say it doesent lift really bad but lifting 1in on flat ground is very, very bad. Wait till you point the thing up hill and you will be talking 3 or four inches. It will hop like a bastared and the rear will always try to walk under your rig.
Slowzuki - the arms would have join up somewhere near the front of the transfer case and the mount point would have to be very low IMO to get the sort of antisquat that most good multilink run with. Its just not going to work.
Whats the advantage of doing a setup like this?? The only one I can see is that it doesent take up any room (its very low profile) so that you will be able to cart heaps of shiat in the back when you go down to the shops. Which is the exact same reason car manufactures use this type of rear setup.
Land Rover SIIa, 302W, NP435, NP205, MOG404s, 42in Swamper TSLs, 112in WB
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