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TJ Koyen

As far as setup goes, if you are seeing the inside rear wheel drop too quickly, it’s because your rate of lift is too quick, obviously because of your driver’s size.

Max rear width is a must, as well as taking caster out of the front end to try and settle that lift down. If you slow down the lifting action, it will have a longer duration.

This might even be one of the rare occurrences where you throw the rear torsion bar in to see if you can limit the flex in the rear.

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