I have read the threads discussing where to locate the rear wishbones for best suspension working. I know that the best is to have the rear wishbones go forward and meet near the tailshaft of the trans in the middle of the frame. I however am not going to do that. I have seen plenty of T roadsters etc. with the rear radius rods or wishbones mounted on the outside of the frame rails and they work fine. I want to do that on my 26 RPU build as I want to match the look of the front wishbones I fabricated. So when I build them I am going to have them run along the frame rail and mount like I did the front. The question is, how long should they be ? Any magic formula, or should I just make them a length that will give a balanced look as compared to the length and mounting point of the front wishbones? Ideas or info ? ( You can look at my build thread if you want to see the front bones I built) Larry.