they are commonly used on trucks,most trucks have leaf spring style rear suspensions, the 4link will replace the leafs and allow u to lay lowerOriginally posted by CuttieBuddie@Sep 18 2003, 12:22 PM
i mean wat is the reason why you would get it if you were to get a custom suspension kit (bags/hydros).
and if you dont get a 4-link with your set up, what are you missing out on??
yes, the angled upper bars on a triangulated 4-link can interfere with fuel tanks on late model trucks. you could relocate it, or get a fuel cell. but if you are planning on laying frame, you would have to trash the oem tank anyways.Originally posted by CuttieBuddie@Sep 21 2003, 09:17 AM
thanks 4 the info, so triangular, for better side to side, high lock ups, and better travel...
am i gonna have to relocate my fuel tank and hoses for this(or basically anything) ...i have a ram 1500 2001?