I was bored out of my mind in drafting today and my mind started to wander...and I started thinking about my senior design project. Setting up a double triangulated 4 link front and rear that performs well is a pretty good challenge, along with link material selection. Link geometry, lengths, spring rates, vehicle weight, shock valving, and durability would all come into play plus a couple of other variables. For those who have done a senior design project or are doing one current, is this a feasible project? Lots of machining, stress analysis, computer testing, and of course real world testing would be involved, but it's something I'm really into so it'd be a very enjoyable project as well as benefit either me or a fellow off roader in the end. The school does mini-baja every year so I think I could probably get through to my profs...and if I had a tube frame or very mean looking vehicle to put it under I think it'd be more likely to work out... Just thinking up crazy ideas while in class...anybody think I could pull this off when I get to that point or is it all a pipe dream?