Joe those shocks look good! Looking forward to seeing how you do the rear link setup, we just picked up brackets and joints to do Shawn's rear 4 link soon!
Thanks. They are courtesy of Sway-A-Way from the volunteer raffle at KOH.
The 4-link will be a combination of RuffStuff (truss & link mounts), PolyPerf (heat treated 4130 tube material, weld-in bungs, towers & lower coilover mounts), Currie (adjustable johnny joints) plus some stuff I'm forgetting.
Joe that's sick nasty. Feel free to throw up pics of the install on those in this thread as well.
Yep, pics will be added here and more than likely in a build type thread too.
If you are only going to link one end, why the rear and not the front? I never really understood why linking one over the other is better.
Good question, and here's why I chose to do the rear coilover prior to the front (besides $ to do only one end for now). As far as "better" goes, I think it depends on each situation, and in my case, short term goals.
The front suspension seems to work pretty well, while the rear (comparatively speaking) does not cycle as well. I also chose to do the rear first due to wanting to eliminate the rear traction bar, add a rear truss, and get the stretch I want to achieve.