Not my video, but illustrates my point: Having wheeled my LJ78 quite a bit now, I'm struck by how limited the axle articulation is on these trucks (especially the front axle). I've got a 2" lift: OME medium springs, nitrocharger shocks, 1" spacers added to front springs, and whiteline castor correction bushings. I run 32" skinny tires. The 80 series has a similar suspension design to the coiled 70 series LWB. What is different about the 80 series that it has so much better articulation? Without completely redesigning the LJ78 suspension, is there a way to get more articulation? I've heard removing the sway bars has little effect.