What's better 4-link or ladder bars?

1 Answer:
  • Dimas Sanjaya
    A 4-link is definitely superior to ladder bars. However, a 4-link is only superior in application if you are willing to invest the time it takes to sort it out. A ladder bar has two or three adjustment holes that actually work; a 4-link might have 50!
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