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Hypotheticaly lets say that I am building a 104" wheel base, light weight, full bodied rig. It has coils front and leaf's rear. Currently the rear it too stiff and this causes some instability. I'm thinking about making a rear triangulated 4-link. With coils or coilovers. I have been told that this is not a good idea and that rear coils are not a good thing. That they cause a rig to buck when climbing hills and caus instability in a off camber situation. I will be using unamed axles. It will be ~6" higher than stock. I want the suspension to be balanced. To do this will the rear spring rate need to match the front SR or should the be a little stiffer? I want to know what everyones ideas about the performance of this setup. Not anything about cost or amount of fabracation. "Bolt on" will not be an option. So let's hear it. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

P.S. I will be deleting a similar topic that I started because it has less answers than bullshit <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">
 

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I decided to not delete my old topic since it seems like it is dead. Camo, Steve, MO that ok?
 

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Originally posted by Eddie Mcstiff:
<STRONG>I decided to not delete my old topic since it seems like it is dead. Camo, Steve, MO that ok?</STRONG>
I'm going post by post looking for crap If it's not too much I may be able to clean it up.
 
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