10. Typically for a three-link rear suspension, the front mount for the trailing arms on both sides have slots or multiple holes so you can adjust the amount and direction of rear steer. The common method is to divide the total travel amount for each side and divide by three. Then raise the front mounting bolt center by that amount from horizontal. In this case, the travel is three inches, so we raise the front mount 1 inch above the rear mount as measured from the ground plane.