One of the things that has kept me from building a 4 (or simply multi) link for my truggy is the gas tank clearance. In my truggy, the front of the tank is actually over the axle and bump stopped to keep the two apart. There is simply no room for a traditional upper link bridge, and I would like to do a traditional triangulated upper or maybe double triangulated 4 link. I’ve put this off again and again due to the need for a custom tank, along with some other frame related issues. So, now I’m wondering, why couldn’t I kick the bridge forward so the links mount about 4-5” in front of the axle center line. The keys for figuring the significant forces are generally intersection points and such that are not necessarily effect by the change. And axle control separation should also be sufficient as well, especially since I can foresee tying it to the pinion retainer as well. Just something I was mulling over tonight, anyone see a major “forget it” issue?