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Old February 27th, 2006, 10:29 PM   #1
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Question lower control arm length

So I finally got the 4" lift I bought off Scooter-built put on. After an alignment there's still alot of wander while driving. I'm sure this has to do with still having the stock control arms on.

How much longer do they have to be? Quadratec has a 1" longer pair for 154 vs adjustable ones for 240. (these are just for the front lower arms)

Will that take care of the wander? Or is this one of the prices to pay for a lift?
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I've got the 3.5" RE superflex and the lowers are exactly the same length as the factories. The kit isn't 3.5" either. The front gave me a total of 5" and the rear was 4.5" I was quite suprised to find out that they were the same length but I love the kit. So I don't see new ones really helping a great deal. I would call up Kevin at Jeepers Creepers in Wyandotte and ask him about it. If you did need something I'm sure you can get it for the same or cheaper than most catalogs. His info is in the "support your locals" section in the forums.
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