Well, the truggy rides again, and very well if I do say so myself. After something over a year, during which time I only had a couple of minor expeditions in the 1-ton K5 to keep me from truly donning the moniker of “web wheeler”. So, the truggy finally had it's first outing today with the new 4 link/coil suspension, new custom sump fuel tank, new rear brake system, new transmission and adapter, new motor/trans mounts with cross members, new "luggage rack"/trunk area, and so on. I’m particularly happy with the suspension. I built in several adjustment points just because I knew I wouldn’t get it right the first time, but either I don’t know what a good suspension should be, or this has exceeded my expectations. At this point, I have no intention of adjusting anything. Anti-squat, roll axis height AND angle, everything works SO WELL in boulder fields, side hills, and particularly for climbing... as long as I don’t get fully high centered on my belly pan so that it just spins around like a turn table with all 4 wheels just barely touching the ground. Turn my wheels left, rotate left. Turn my wheels right, turn right... HEY FRED, GET THE WINCH! It does need some minor tweeks though. My calcs were off a bit and the rear shocks bottom on articulation just about the time the bumps hit. I think it was because my calcs were 2 dimentional and I was not taking into acount the high roll axis rotating the axle out from under the chassis a bit. So I'll fix that easily enough. The only other gotcha was limiting straps that were set to JUST keep the bumps from pulling completely out of the springs. But they stretched more than I expected, so the spring had to be kicked back into place twice. I'll be getting some heavier straps AND putting in some more adjustment... Oh, and I broke the housing on my hs9500i. Looks like I came down off a shelf and caught it. I'll be that is going to hurt the old pocket book... Anyway, for those who doubted I would ever wheel again, you lost the bet!