DIGGER, I WAS TOLD BY ONE OF MY FREINDS WHO KNOWS YOU. THAT WHEN YOU DO A SPACER ON THE TRACKERS THAT IT TILTS THE WHEELS OUTWARDS AT THE TOP IS THIS TRUE? BY THE WAY IT IS NOT FOR THE MALL I WHEEL IT PRETTY INTENSELY ALREADY WITH IT BEING STOCK IT FLEXES NICLY STOCK.
Yes, most wheels turn out at the top if you flip the strut mount. Flipping the mount changes the camber. Not flipping the mount reduces down travel. Camber bolts, smaller diamater bolts and or modified strut holes can easily correct it.
No matter the lift most Tracker / Kicks Flex the same. Travel is limited by the strut. Increase the strut travel and you reach the weak point of the CV's. It's currently a Catch 22...
Fortunatly the rear once modified will flex like mad. Lock it up on both ends with a 4:1 t-case on 33's, and I believe you can follow most Jeeps on the black trails.
Mike H. and a few other guys are pushing the limits with the front end. More travel, relocating the front wheels 1" forward (Widening), Toyota pick up CV's (Install kit), Dropping the frame mounts 2" (Complete IFS bracket and diff & axle drop).