Re: revolver shackles
Yeah, I haven't noticed it as I get nervous on anything too extreme (cambers) But as you can imagine once the vehicle gets way over on a side angle, if the revolvers open up then you're a gonner. (that's with revolvers on all corners)
I only have them on the front as yet and love the way the vehicle rides on and off road. However I have aftermarket springs, with stockers you may not notice much improvement.
As I said, because the knee joint on the revolver has a teflon locator, they don't sway to each side like extended shackles.
To me, keeping overall height low is as important as having lots of articulation.
Sammies aint too wide eh?