What do you plan on using for axles with your long arm lift and 37" tires?
Did you know you have one of the worst lifts money can buy on your jeep right now. The only thing I may keep are the springs.
No offense, but it's difficult to a take you seriously whey you have made zero effort to elaborate on your vast knowledge of link suspension. You are focusing on arm length and lift rather than overall function.
I see you don't have lockers listed in your profile. Try adding traction before jumping on board the bigger must be better bandwagon.
How about a tummy tuck for added belly clearance. There is a lot to be gained by shedding the stock skid. You need to add a 1" body lift with the tt. This also gives you plenty of clearance for a 35" tire when combined with the 4" lift you have now.
OK guys im gonna build one. triangualated 4 link rear radius front. 6" lift springs. i have a 30-35 with 4.88s and detroits, full chromollys . no im not jumping on any wagon. i want to be able to run 37s or 38s and have a few feet of up travel. i cant do that with a 4" lift without cutting sheet metal
you need a few feet of uptravel? how high are you jumping? cutting sheet metal isn't the end of the world. without a little trimming here and there you won't be able to run 38s anyway. they wont even fit in the wheel wells so you wont be able to flex out anyways.
Yea im going to an 8.8 at the same time as the rear 4 link. I probably will trim an inch or an inch and a half off of the rear fender. Fronts getting tubes. My friend has a tj with a 9" custom LA from RE components and running 38s and its a monster. It's quite stable too. The 38s sort of balance the weight out making it less top heavy. Not to mention it looks badass. Idk . I just hate to cut a ton of fender just to keep the lift height low. But yea i do plan on flexing this thing 4' or more in the air. Some pretty good boulder climbs here.
In his defense I believe when he says feet of travel he means as in the type of flex an rti ramp shows. Meaning all corners working together will allow him to put a tire up on a 4' high rock. Not actual feet of travel per wheel.
Which is doable with a very talk lift. But it's also doable with a very short lift and high quality parts