Originally Posted by A.V.GCSRT8
Chad you talking about the sway bar links? My biggest thing about the camber is I don't stick well off the line with so much negative camber in the rear, the tires already don't stick well and now they spin worse lol
Last two paragraphs yes my Arms will correct these issues with Camber and Toe.
The last paragraph has to do with the links. The 2012 End links do not work as designed as you can see they need to swivel as I've posted someplace else here on the forums what they should look like.
Stiffening the rear is one thing but no matter how hard the bushing are or how thick the links are they will pop out if designed wrong. As you can see here a customer has sent me some pics of his and the issues his had.
Good side you can see the bolt is off center and stressed of the end.
My goal in the rear is to reduce deflection which helps decrease wheel hop and increase traction. I have one of the best designers in the industry running FEA tests on everything I am doing. These suspension options may not be cheap but I'm committed to making the highest quality working parts available these trucks deserve high quality parts.
We should be able to have the entire rear done before summer.