This looks pretty interesting!! Anyone ever tried anything like this? I wonder how well it would work. It seems like a good idea because you good raise it when offroading and lower it when high speed driving so you would not wear the cv joints out as quick. But i do think heavyduty t-bars are a must for this application. maybe my suspension lift will come sooner then i thought!!
thanks for the site
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It is interesting but the SAW bars give me all the lift I can take. The top Rancho arms are about 1/3" away from bottoming out so I have about an inch of droop. Not good for a desert runner.. When I come down tho I have about 9 1/2 inches of travel. Good... Could have about 1 1/2 more inches if I loose my other bump stop.. My fenders don't seem to like that idea tho..