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Thinking of installing a watts link to keep my rear axle centered on my air bag setup. Anyone ever seen one for a sterling axle? I was thinking of fabbing one but need a good pic.
 

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I have not seen one. But I'd like to see what you come up with. Please keep this up to date.
 

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I can't see the need to over complicate the traditional track bar/panhard bar
for this application unless it's just a hobby adventure
I don't see the gains? maybe you have already come up with some good reasons ?

keep us posted

 

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Or mount the bell crank to the chassis like this.

I think it would be cool looking. From my short research it looks like the bell crank needs to be longer if the suspension has lots of travel.
 

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I have approx 4inch of travel 11inch deflate to max height. When towing GN trailers and going over train tracks the rear of the truck moves quite a bit. Checked the panhard bar and holes are elongated and now have half inch of travel side to side. Thinking a watts link will put less stress on side to side motion. Plus would be, doesnt matter on ride height.
 
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