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This is just a question to gain knowledge (I oftentimes build entire vehicles in my head, and when I come to a point of uncertainty, I try to gain some knowledge; it's how I've learned just about all I know about custom anything at this point).

Say I build a triangulated 4-link on a truck and mount a cylinder on the bottom link bar to get better than a 1:1 lift ratio, but I still want a monster 3-wheel. Can I build a normal chain bridge overtop the axle and have it function correctly even though the cylinders are mounted elsewhere?

I appreciate any info, because I really am fond of the truck I'm building in my head right now, and I may try to make a project out of it sometime soon.
 

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yes.. but you need to make shure that the arm that you mount the cylinder to is reinforced so that it wont break or bend when you lock up with the chain bridge,because you have enourmouse pressure in your suspention when you lock up with a chain bridge... :cool:
 
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