I havent been able to find this topic in this forum yet so i will start one. Just about every forum that has chassis related information theres majority of people claiming that ladder bars are better than 4 links on the street and on the track. I have yet to see where ladder bars dominate 4 link suspension. But i am still young and know i have alot to learn so lets hear it. I definetly dont see where a ladder bar will ride better for a street car as it has little or no anti-roll for indifferences in the road. Seems like it will constantly be binding up as you turn into parking lots or driveways with inclines...and if your roads are like the ones here in oklahoma there aint no why you could get by with that. Also if there so great for the street how come there isnt a single production car that i know of come out of the factory with ladder bars? Also if ladder bars are so great at the track then how come four links are the ones outlawed in most classes. The ONLY advantage i see with ladder bars is the clearence you can retain in your rear floor, and the ease of setting it up. Please enlighten me.