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Are trusses needed in this situation

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I’ve been building a trail rig for the past year or so but had holdups for parts and finances. It’s a jeep YJ on Hp 44/9” and 37” m16 swampers. I have searched all over but can’t find the line in which trusses are needed. I am linked up front but still on leafs in the rear. Detroit rear and spooled front, chromoly shafts are next up on my list. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Depends on how serious you use the term "needed"
we dont always need a locker but we use it

I think it boils down to how you wheel. if your overlanding black bear pass its not needed. if you frequently have 2 or more wheels off the ground, its a good idea
 

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Confused, what do you mean "trusses are needed"? The truss will certainly make the axles stronger along with giving you the ideal platform to attach your upper rear links too, but by no means is a truss required. Am I misunderstanding the question?
 
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