So I was talking, I think in my FISSv2 thread or oranges' suspension thread or somewhere, about what I dub the "rocker suspension". I figured if it works out, it could be a chassis universal pseudo full independent suspension, that's simple and easy to tweak on per chassis basis. In order prove my theory, I ordered an AR chassis and the parts needed, which arrived today. As to the suspension, it came to me while making the FISSv2. I was looking through my parts box, seeing what I had and remembered the universal joints. So I laid some out with wheels and it got me thinking. When I looked up, I saw the remains of the steering kit....mainly the wheels and how they worked or if I could incorporate them with the universal joints somehow. That's when it struck me, the steering kit wheels worked in a similar method. Ha, found the images again, so here's what I came up with. My idea of how to make this work. Using the steering wheels vertically instead of horizontally, you get this extreme camber effect which can lift the chassis 1-2mm. Now we know we don't need much to act as a damper so this is perfect. By looking at the image above, you can see where I'm going with this....I hope. Thing is, with a straight, unpowered drop test, it doesn't reflect how this works at all. With the forward momentum, weight and the centrifugal forces acting on the wheels while they're powered, theory should be that the wheels should corkscrew back out until the tire is flat to the ground again, like a sort of active suspension system. Anyway, here's what I'm looking at doing with the AR chassis to try and prove my theory. I need to cut the chassis mounts and work out how to mount them to the chassis, then make a mount to hold the shock collar (shaft stopper). Just from these images alone, I have a very good feeling about this. Only time will tell the overall results.