If a large lateral offset is required a tied universal EJ is an appropriate choice. In this case there are two identical bellows elements separated by a center spool with tie rod hardware traversing both bellows elements. To accommodate lateral offset each bellows element tilts. The tied universal EJ can support two degrees of motion, just like the tied single EJ.
The amount of lateral offset is only limited by the distance between the bellows elements and the overall length of the assembly. The separation of the bellows elements also results in a very low lateral offset spring rate.
As with the single tied EJ, if just two tie rods are used, the configuration allows for three degrees of movement, lateral in two axes and angular about one axis.