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make triangulated link bars

I believe someone out there has made their own triangulated link bars before. I think the straight bar that attaches under the rear end pivots at the same axis point as the yoke of the transmission. The shorter bars that are angled, do they too pivot on the same axis ? I suspect they do but I it's easier to ask sometimes than spend alot of time experimenting.
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