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Old 09-03-2010, 04:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best 4 link "kits"

Im looking into linking the rear of my CJ and have been looking around at various "kits" as well.

What experience do you have with these "kits" and what do you like and/or dislike about them? any pictures of the finished installed product etc?
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guess nobody has used the polyperformance kit, ruffstuff kiet, BTF kit etc?
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Old 09-03-2010, 07:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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have no pic's the poly kit has been a winner many time's over for us there rear truss is a thing of beauty and the rest of the kit just flat out works no complaint's with tj's cj's and yj's

and dave and thean have been more than helpful full prop's to them
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Old 09-03-2010, 07:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Ruff Stuff is/has always treated me well with customer service and parts are top quality. the have 3 and 4 link kits ready to roll man. just ordered up my heims today so won't beabke to do real world testing for a while though.
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Old 09-03-2010, 10:19 PM   #5 (permalink)
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We have been using a bunch of the kits and brackets from Barnes 4wd. He is well priced and all is stuff comes quick. He is in NC.
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I have a poly triangulated 4link on the rear of my TJ. I have the truss, upper links and frame brackets. I cannot say the enough good stuff about it. I am pretty sure there are pics in my build thread in jeep hardcore. Lowers are still RE though.
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Ruffstuff for sure. He has great products, great price, and great customer service. Most companies you only get one or two of those, but not with Dan. It's liking having your cake and eating it too. His brackets just plain work and the heims can't be beat, especially for the price. I'm sure if you want the ultimate he can get you in touch with the chromo heat treating guy here on pirate for links. He cab set you up with adjustable brackets, 3 or 4 links and more.
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I got a blue torch fab brace/4-link kit on my 14bolt. Love it, it's 1/2" steel and ties into the pinion support. I just wish that I had made some runners/tubing that goes off of the top sides of the brace to the end of the axle tubes. I'm afraid that it will (maybe already has) bend.
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Ruffstuff for sure. He has great products, great price, and great customer service. Most companies you only get one or two of those, but not with Dan. It's liking having your cake and eating it too. His brackets just plain work and the heims can't be beat, especially for the price. I'm sure if you want the ultimate he can get you in touch with the chromo heat treating guy here on pirate for links. He cab set you up with adjustable brackets, 3 or 4 links and more.
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Hey, That's me!

Dan has helped me out so much I can't even begin to explain. He is a lot of the reason I have been able to do so well the past year since I started up.. Anyone who purchase's Dan's 3 or 4 Link kit and pairs it with my links is a very smart man...

P.s. You can actually save money buy purchasing both. If you tell Dan you will be getting links from me he can hold the tube adapters in the kit(My links come ready for joints)...

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