This is just an idea and I don't know if it's proper here because it is JUST an idea, but I had a wierd plan for a chain driven rear suspension thing 1. Mount a frame width 9" right behind a LWB truck cab, directly behind the transfercase with a short shaft to the centersection 2. Construct a housing for a simple chain drive about four feet long or so, mounted on the axle tube at the top end and loose on the bottom end 3. Mount a sprocket on the WMS and mount the end of the housing on the axletube so it pivots perfectly around the sprocket. 4. Mount a D44 or some such disk brake assembly on the other end on a supported sprocket running the other end of the chain. Maybe the very ends of a 14BFF 5. Spring each leg with a coilover It's more complicated in my head, and I wanted to keep it a secret, but I'm never going to build it and someone probably already has Anyway, if you could get the chain to hold up and keep it compact, it would have complete clearance between the tires and eliminate the rear driveshaft. I suppose the normal IFS non forced articulation problem is present, but I like the concept So has anything like that been done? is it feasable?