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Old 04-21-2008, 01:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Long arm kit advice

My neighbor has some mad fab skillz. He is gonna help me long arm my 04 Rubicon. What I want to do is use my exsisting Johnny Joints from my Currie Short arm kit and a mixture of Poly Performance and Poison Spyder parts.

To start I want to cut and sleeve my exsisting control arms and make them long arms. Then I want to use Polys' control arm mounts at the frame and Poison Spyders truss on the rear diff. I plan on using my coils and shocks I'm runnin now. In the future when I have more funds I'll push the rear end back, move the gas tank, and add coilovers.

Any input?

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Old 04-21-2008, 01:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Check out some of sniperfabs brackets and their rear truss.
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Check out some of sniperfabs brackets and their rear truss.
nice stuff, didn't find a truss for a 44 though.

plus, i don't think i want my diff cover to be part of the truss.
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Probably should clarifi I know BFH knows what I have, but. 04 Rubi runnin stock 44 axles with 5:13's Alloy USA and CTM in the front, and 33 splinned Superiors' being turned by a Detriot in the rear. I have a Nth belly pan and Tom Woods in the back. See sig under BUY MY JUNK for greater detail....

I've reforced my lower control arms. Should I even consider keeping them?
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