Originally Posted by mason71
I am running a four link.
You have adjustment on the bars to change the pinion angle IF you have any problems.. (I don't see where you would).. Low ride trucks go down the hwy dropped as low as they can run with the rear end higher then the trans everyday with no problems other then dragging the ground...
If it was Mine I would set the carbs level, Set the rear end 3* up to match the 3* down and move on... You start lifting the trans then the motor look's like it is taking a nose dive...
If you want to lift the trans.. Lift the motor as well, (Keep the carb level)..Here's a shot of the truck we built for my son... You can't see the true angle of the drive shaft.. But when its aired down the rear end is as high as your's..And he can run all day long like that..