Alright I understand the principals of what these two things are(generally) but as I sit and try to design a suspension I can't figure out how I really want to do things. I mean, I know there is no steadfast rule for this stuff but what am I looking for with anti-squat and instant center? I don't have Excel right now(damn CD key I have for office won't work) and I don't have the measurements for the S10 yet(in a few weeks). But I was helping my friend work on his with the 4 Link Calculator today. We kept tweaking things and the only things I really knew is I wanted to see a nice roll center height and minimize roll oversteer(especially since this is a front 4 link). But the way he had it setup his Instant Center was something like 200" in front of the truck and below the ground(seemed bassackwards to me big time). I talked him into bringing his links WAY closer together at the axle and triangulating them more. Definetally helped his roll oversteer but jumped his anti squat up a good bit. I'm reading through CoG posts and thinking about what I need to see here. Biggest problem is a triangulated 4 link on the front of a Tacoma. Clearance around oil pan is an issue. Required us to space the upper links at the axle about 10" apart to get anything near what I think is a decent ride height(still too tall for me but he likes it). I told him to post his file here so you guys can help him out but hes computer illiterate, I'll have to take care of it for him this weekend. I knwo this is a newb basic thing but I need help here. My teachers are smart guys but they build drag, circle track, and street cars, the basics are of course the same but overall they don't get it. They thought we were insane to build the truss on the front axle out of 3/8" plate and then to gusset it was even more insane.