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The three-link rear suspension system can produce rear steer in both directions. As the chassis moves down on the right side, the right-rear (RR) wheel moves back as the front mount approaches the height of the rear mounting point. As the front mounting point continues to move down, the RR wheel is pulled forward. Normally, to produce a small amount of rear steer to the left on asphalt, we mount the front pivot point one third of the total travel distance higher than the rear pivot.