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Old August 3rd, 2013, 09:39 AM   #120
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the currie arms with the jj's on both ends will flex way more than your jeep can on factory spring and shock locations. they are dirt simple, rebuildable, and strong. its a perfect setup for most rigs under 4' of lift. long arms unless frenched into the frame often drag. long arms cost way more. once u go long arm you aint going back. many off the shelf long arm kits have garbage geometry too. i just got currie arms for my rig.

i wanted to build my own arms, but the cost of all the pieces, cost near what arms do.
their welds are better than mine too.

i got lucky, and found a savvy aluminum gas tank skid, and front upper and lower currie arms for 350 used.

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