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If you use your 2nd-gen Tundra for running fast in the desert and jumping.
Why would you mount the rear performance springs under the axle?
Wont you loose uptravel and at the same time ground clearance?
The reason I ask - ive seen some shops configure it this way and dont see any
advantages to this set-up. Please enlighten me. Thanks
 

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lower center of gravity, longer spring which has way more arch and is much more progressive. Much more wheel travel since sua will work much like a link setup.

If you're building a bed cage and going full long travel you might as well go 4 link. For only a little more money you can have the ultimate in off road performance.
 
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