That's an excellent point, Jon. Once you reach a certain amount of flex, your pitman arm / drag link connection is going to see a lot of strain due to the angle of operation. Also, the lateral movement of the pitman arm will translate into less steering movement as the angle of the drag link increases.jeeponrock said:
There are a few vehicles with front 1/4 elliptical setups but I don't think you should go that route unless you're prepared to make you vehicle a purpose built trail-only buggy. Steering will be your biggest problem. You'll end up having to go with a full hydro system in order to make it work with the flex you'll get.