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09-13-2010 07:17 PM
Cape Cod Bob search" 4 link" on this forum and u will find lots of threads and pictures to help u.
09-13-2010 06:37 PM
mafiacustomz well i found what im going to do its a parallel 4 link with pan-hard bar like a air bag setup but with coil-overs were the bags would go
09-13-2010 03:06 AM
83elky IMO the triangulated four link will be your best bet, like the g-body style.
09-12-2010 11:59 PM
rear suspension

im building a 82 s10 and i want a 4link with adjustable coil over shocks for more traction street and strip but im not sure how to do so their isn't alot of info on the subject but i was thinking wouldn't the parallel 4 link be better or is that just old technology

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