If you're not going to run the Hammers, or sluice box, push-pull works fine. I've resisted the urge to go to cross-over and have not regretted it. I run a home-made adjustable torque rod,and adjustable drag link,. That and the short shock limits the front droop to avoid breakage. I've also flipped the ball on the arm. It all sacrifices flex but I still run the Rubicon and Fordyce every year, for the last 10 years, without breaking any steering components. Just drive sensibly and don't force it.
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