It will work just fine. Just weld the truss on correctly and you'll be fine. What's your pinion angle right now? Let's say it's 20 degrees. Tack the truss on 15 degrees rolled forward and give it a try. If I remember right, mine is welded in 13 degrees rolled forward and my pinion angle is around 16 degrees. So my truss is almost upright (3 degrees back) and running the joints on the outer holes, my arms are as short as they can go. With them at the inner holes, I've got each end back out about 1/4". Still a ton of room for higher pinion angles (which I'll need with the flat skid), wheelbase, etc. Just tack it on, set things up exactly as they'll be, and fully weld if you're happy. I would recommend setting the truss up so it's a few degrees back from being upright at static ride height.
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