18″ is ideal for your setup.

### How do you measure the length of a link?

In US customary units modern definition, the link is exactly 66⁄100 of a US survey foot, or exactly 7.92 inches or approximately 20.12 cm. The unit is based on Gunter’s chain, a metal chain 66 feet long with 100 links, that was formerly used in land surveying.

A four-link suspension uses links to locate the axle from moving side to side and front to back, while allowing it to travel up and down and articulate.

Do you need a panhard bar with 4 link?

Conversely, with a parallel style 4-link, all bars are parallel to each other and the vehicle centerline. A “Panhard bar” or other separate device is required to keep the axle centered….Privacy Overview.

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## How big should a 4 link rod be?

My goal is to end up with 31.75” center to center length 4-links, in the middle of the adjustment range. (3/4-16 Threaded 4-Link Rod End has 1.950” threaded length)

### How many holes do you need for 4 link suspension?

The 4-Link Calculator lets you input, view, save, analyze and compare your 4-Link rear suspension geometry. You enter heights above the ground and distance ahead of the front axle for up to 6 holes for all 4 brackets for your car, or any number of cars. (Plus version allows for up to 15 holes.)

How big should a 4 link bar be?

Here you can see the finished 4-link bar with the rod end adjusted to the middle of the allowable stick out. With the rod end and jam nut adjusted to the middle of the adjustment range, measure the center of the hole to the end of the weld bung, and I got 2.650”.