I am considering a 3 link front setup, but with a twist: The center link will be a torque arm. Like a radius arm. The outer links will attach at the horizontal center line of the axle tube and angle in 12 degrees. The links will all attach to a crossmember on the same axis so that the pivot points are all on the same horizontal plane. The arms will be 42"' long. I will be useing a track bar as well. The track bar will be at the same angle as well as attach at the same points in relation to the drag link. The links are made of 2x2x0.25" tubing and the rod ends are from Suicide doors. http://www.suicidedoors.com/4Link_Parts_Square_4-Link_Bar_Bung_Kits.php# The Coil over shocks are Sway-a-way racerunners with dual rate springs. This is in a heavy truck that sees some hwy miles to and from the trails. So... I am trying to eliminate the twisting force caused by a standard 3 link when 1 tire has more traction than the other under heavy loads like a panic stop from 60mph on the hwy.. As well as reduce the stress on the links and brackets. I think that with the links all directly behind the axle tube the chance of a bracket failure is greatly reduced. In my case a standard 3 link with the center link on top won't work. It will have to be reversed so that the center link is on the bottom and the outer links are on top. To get the seperation I need with my 46" tall tires the top brackets would have to be 6" tall. If you think about it the brackets would have a treamendous amount of stress on them under braking.and the single bottom link would have the rotational force as well as the braking force on it. I just want it as safe as it can be. I think this setup will act like radius arms but still flex like a 3 link. What do you all think?