In the front of my Bomber, I installed upper and lower links from Vanquish. They are made out of strong stainless steel and are bent to provide plenty of clearance for the tires and chassis. That, along with Traxxas rod ends, will give my truck’s suspension a boost in durability. In the rear, I used the stainless-steel links to replace the stock uppers but stuck with the stock lowers. I like how the plastic slides over the rocks compared to aluminum, which will gall and slow it down. Axial braces add strength to the lower links. Damping is now controlled by a set of Pro-line Ultra Reservoir Shocks. They feature a functional reservoir, and threaded bodies allow for quick ride-height adjustment; setscrews in the bottom of the reservoirs let you adjust rebound. A problem that I had when testing the stock Bomber was that it would tip easily when climbing steep rocks. I wanted to reduce the chance of that happening, so I outfitted the rear of my Bomber with a swaybar from Axial. I went with the smallest one it offers so that the rear axle would still be able to move freely on the rocks but keep the chassis from rolling as easily.