Do both sets of triangulated links help in lateral axle location? I ask because I have my suspension all put together and sitting on jackstands, all I have left is spring and shock mounting and gusseting stuff up. Anyway here are my measurements at axle and frame, you will likely see what I am getting at. Upper Links: Frame End - 26" apart Axle End - 7" apart Lower Links: Frame End - 10" apart Axle End - 37" apart I think I figured out that the lowers are at about a 40* angle while the uppers I haven't tried to figure out yet, but it doesn't seem like much of anything. Both mount 40" forward of the axle centerline. Upper links are actually slightly longer. Flexing it out on the floor with a I didn't notice any real issues at all, no binding, didn't seem to be excessive axle steer, or lateral control problem(axle moved to the driver side a little but it is flexing of course its going to move on an arc a little). Just worried about what will happen when I get out on the trail. So do both sets of links work together in laterl control or still just the uppers? Sometimes I just feel dumb about this stuff. I would think both sets do it, because I've seen people run reverse single triangulated(closer together at the frame, farther apart at the axle), and have seen triangulated lowers. My brain just hurts sometimes. 6 hours of sleep in the past 52 hours doesn't help... Pictures tomorrow afternoon.