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whats up homies... i always wondered on standard triangulated 4 link rear suspensions the upper trailing arms dont bind if they are too lifted or dropped due to the way that they pivot because youd think the higer the car is lifted the more that they would tend to get farther apart is that bad for em or am i just tripping?
 

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they do have a limit,with the factory triangulated uppers on a g-body they spread apart because of the short length.when you run longer arms you need to lift it alot more before it starts hurting it..
 

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yeah so is all the play that allows the uppers to spread a little closer or further in the bushings?
 

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Originally posted by low4life86@Sep 10 2006, 06:21 PM~6144398
yeah so is all the play that allows the uppers to spread a little closer or further in the bushings?
like i said if the uppers are long enough,they shouldnt really spread enought o effect anything,but yes after a certain point they start stressing the bushings
 

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yeah i see, thanks bro
 
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