What your actually seeing in that pic is the tires on they're way back up from bouncing off each other, just kidding. I know it looks crazy but I tried everything in regards to limiting straps and the like and the way you see it worked best. Equal length beams (much longer than stock) are the best solution to keeping camber change to a minimum. Hopefully by new years my new beams will be done (aluminum ya know) and sticking with the center mount radius arms. Just so people know, all that travel on my hooptie is aceived using urethane bushings on both the rad. arms and beams, total budget truck. Another note, if building your own beams make sure to mount them as low on the frame as possible to prevent the front from jacking.
I trust my machining abilities more than my welding. And they should actually take less time for me to build than a fabricated peice. also, material will run about $200 for the pair...not too bad. Fish, there are no limit straps in that pic, i just let those big, primative shocks top-out. There's nothing in them to break and they're stronger than any strap I'd buy.