In terms of deflection, that won't change.....the arm will be under the same tension and compression forces as it would with the bolts parallel. With the joint rotated like that, upward and downward movement of the axle will translate to misalignment movement by that joint instead of simple rotation inside of the housing. I think it will work fine. But, that also allows another option like a JJ.....you understand why JJ's and Duroflex bushings shouldn't be used together on the same arm when oriented the same, right? Because the JJ has a higher breakaway point than the Duroflex, thus the DF would be doing all of the work until it bottoms out. But in the orientation you're asking about, the frame end and axle end joints will no longer be operating under the same boundaries....one will be misaligning while the other breaks away. You could run a JJ up there if you want or you could run a Duroflex.
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