When I setup my rear suspension, the limiting factor for wheel travel was not my CV angle, but axle plunge. I was suprised how much axle plunge I had, at the time I should have measured it, but I didn't. I set it up so the axle barely cleared the CV cups when the axle was parellel to the ground, and enough space at drop out so the droop didn't pull the axle clips off the end of the axles. I think the reason I have excessive axle plunge is because my trailing arm CV cup is not raked back far enough when compared to the transmission CV cup. I attached a picture to help clarify, this dimension is when the CVs are parellel to eachother in relationship to the ground (about mid travel). When I get new arms, I plan to order them to the dimensions needed to remove this axle plunge at least some so I can get a little more drop travel. Right now the CVs sit at 22 degrees, and I am comfortable running them higher if the axle plunge was reduced. What do you guys recommend for rake back? If I order the arms 2 inches longer so the rake back is closer to 4 inches, will that reduce the plunge?