hi guys I am mocking up my rear suspension for my Bantam roadster project. I am currently planning to use ladder bars with helms at both ends, coil overs and a panhard bar to connect my narrowed nine inch to my chassis. Bantam's are small cars and my seat will be only a few inches forward of the pinion. Thus no room to move up into the passenger compartment and use a tri-link or triangulated four bar. With a regular four bar (parallel to frame rails) the top link would only be a few inches long. So, all of those options are out at least in my humble opinion. Here is where I could use the input from the HAMB. I would prefer to put the ladder bars parallel to the frame to keep out of the passenger compartment. See pics below with driver side ladder bar mocked up. Or, should I angle the ladder bars to the tranny tail shaft like in this photo? Note that the bantam is such a short wheelbase car that my current ladder bars actually extend past the tranny tail shaft. Also note that I will intrude into the passenger compartment a little to make this angle work. Lastly, here is a photo shooing the two different ladder bar placements: Appreciate your thoughts and thanks in advance for your help on this. - Bantam .