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I'm not sure what a four link is, what is it. What is its relation to the driveshaft and why would you need it?
 

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most mid 80's RWD cars have a 4 link...

it consistd of the axle, 2 upper control arms, and 2 lower control arms..

there are various ways to do it (straight, triangulated, reverse, etc...)

by putting the lifts (cylinders or bags) more toward the pivot point of the suspension, you will creat tons more lift than you would by putting the same actuator right on top of the axle..
 

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Originally posted by Mr.Deez@Oct 4 2003, 12:08 PM
I'm not sure what a four link is, what is it. What is its relation to the driveshaft and why would you need it?
can you just have a slipspline driveshaft instead of fourlink?
 
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can't u get a better side to side with a 4link do anyone know?
 
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