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Old December 14th, 2008, 11:39 PM   #18
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Interesting,

Why would you run aluminum for lowers and DOM for the uppers? The lowers are going to take the impact from terrain, and if the terrain is rocks, aluminum is very "sticky" and has a much lower yield strength compared to the DOM. Run the aluminum on the uppers and the DOM on the lowers. Just my 0.02 cents
also it will be drilled and tapped, much better/stronger than an insert... a lot of comp rigs run aluminum over dom, wish I had that kind of money!!!
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