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I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about this lately. What I’m confused about is, besides the added flexability of a longer arm, what is the main advantage of having two shock sections (not really sure what to call these) in the arm? Like, the first pic you show simply has one, and the second pic has two. Does that make it just that much more stable and smooth?
Also, homebuiltstabalizers.com (click on ‘full rig’ link) has some great pictures about this stuff.