I'm putting coilovers on my Yota and I've been having some trouble brainstorming what kind and how many links I want to run on it. I'm using the stock boxed Toyota frame, and fullsize axles and I'm wanting to run coilovers. Right now, I can add more bracing to the frame if needed, because it's just a bare frame. The metal thickness is 3/32, so I'm guessing I will be welding maybe 1/8" steel to the bottom and sides of the chassis to give it some more beef. Think this will be overkill or should I use a thinner gauge metal? Now for the suspension talk. I'm wanting to be able to kick this pig down the highway occasionally, so I need it to be stable. I figure come here because I have no experience building anything like this, nor does anyone else around me. Sure, there are plenty of race car shops, but they don't think with gobs of flex in mind, so they're a lost cause. All I can do is weld, so we're good in that department! /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Right now, I'm pretty much set on either a 16" King coilover, or a 16" or 18" Sway-A-Way. My point of view is, it costs the same, why not get the most amount of travel possible. I was thinking of running what I guess the "Pro's" would call a 3 link setup. I was going to run two links to the axle to locate them using a K link on each arm. I've seen it used on a Grand Cherokee and liked the idea of having the ground clearance of only 2 arms, but the axlewrap control of 4. With this setup, I would be running a panhard bar. Here's a ROUGH sketch of what I'm thinking of: K link What I've also seen is a "U" type 4 link (kinda). The sketch will explain better than my typing. U link The next one is a typical 4 link with the top links meeting in the middle. V link Or you can suggest one. I don't really care. The drawing board is blank, and I'm open to any suggestions. I've been looking at pictures of your suspension and I'm still trying to figure out what I need to do to work it out. Well help me out if you can. If not, I understand. Thanks bud!