Like I was saying before. You have to understand what the faults are of these suspensions, how they relate to your intended use and how to rectify it. Then you can pick the right components. Keep in mind, the more chances to one part is going to effect something else and maybe not in a good way. You have to find a balance in it all
After that what I discovered is like winning the pony. You have, now what do you do? You’ll need to know how to set it up or you’ll never get the performance you’re looking for! I came to that realization after I had my suspension done. Now what, send it out to the local chain store for a alignment? Good luck with that.
One thing great about getting older. A life in prison sentence is less of a deterrence