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Old September 27th, 2009, 08:15 AM   #1
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Default *GONE*Free TJ drop pitman arm

I have a drop pitman arm for a TJ I'm not sure what size lift it is for. It was on a steering gear that I bought a while back. It looks to be a 2 1/2" drop.

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Old September 27th, 2009, 10:06 AM   #2
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So its a stock one? TJ stock pitman arms are slightly dropped.
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No I don't belive it's a stock arm. The stock arm is almost flat if I'm not mistaken. This came off Jeepmann's lifted TJ.
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Old September 27th, 2009, 06:12 PM   #4
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No, its not close to flat. From left to right:

Stock CJ pitman (straight) arm, stock YJ/TJ arm (2.5" of drop), a stock XJ arm (3.5" of drop), and an aftermarket XJ arm @ 4.5".

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I don't remember how much drop it had, but I had it on my TJ with 4.5" lift springs and stock draglink/tierod.
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Old September 28th, 2009, 10:06 PM   #8
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Well since PavementPounder felt the need to be such dick bag about the specs on my FREE part, I went out and measured it. Hey guess what, it IS a drop arm for a TJ! It is a 3.5" drop or a stock drop for an XJ.

PP by the way you "after market" XJ arm is a stock ZJ arm!
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Well since PavementPounder felt the need to be such dick bag about the specs on my FREE part, I went out and measured it. Hey guess what, it IS a drop arm for a TJ! It is a 3.5" drop or a stock drop for an XJ.

PP by the way you "after market" XJ arm is a stock ZJ arm!
So you think that people shouldn't be concerned whether free parts are going to work for them? Nice fucking attitude.

It doesn't matter if a part is free if its not as expected when someone spends their time to show up for it or their money to ship it. I'm not the dickbag that could have pissed someone off with an "almost flat" 3.5" dropped pitman arm. Maybe if you had caught the clue and measured the arm right off the bat, you wouldn't have such a sandy vagina about having stuck your foot in your mouth.
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