Hello, I am looking to redesign the front suspension on my minitruck (it is on air ride with huge wheels). Now with that being said I would like for the overall package to include, minimul bump steer throughout the travel, well enough mannered on the street to daily drive, keep camber gain to a minimum, and most important of all to ride comfortably with a heavy 24" wheel. What design parameters should be my priority? The whole reason why I need guidance is because most of the books I have found all pertain to racing applications, not so much daily driving. Any help is greatly appreciated. I know this seems vague and probably a bit farfetched but thats the whole point I suppose!
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