The rear section of the BIG 10 was designed to transfer the weight back towards the front of the truck. How did they do it? First by maintaining a connection of the framerails allowing the rear axle to travel in the frame and not under it. Because of this, G load is re-routed back towards the front by keeping the rear of the truck's frame rigid. Also, the trailing arms change the instant center of weight balance forward. The end result is a truck chassis that hooks-up and holds corners like that guy in a Camaro wishes he could!