OK so I understand (at least partially) the concept of rear anti-squat in a multilink rear suspension, and how the angle of the links will increase/decrease it's effect. My question is whether this same consideration is important on front suspension also? (Do you still call it "anti-squat"? or "Anti-lift"?) /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Most of the linked front suspensions I've seen (JuanBlazer is the exception) were a 3-link setup. Based on the limited number of spots available for the links (lots of stuff in the way up front!) it seems like the links will go as far outward on the axle tubes as possible (to create a slight inward taper of the links)....and the other end will end up roughly in line with the framerails underneath??? The use of LONG links up front can provide a shallower angle for the links, but I'm guessing most of the 3-Link setups are probably in the 32" to 36" link length range....? Anyone want to offer some advice on "front antisquat" or on the lengths of front links they've seen?