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SOA D60 Steering Arms (2), 1.00" x .250" D.O.M. Tie Rod & Drag Link, 4 - .750" heim Joints, Tapered Bushings & 4-GR. 8 Bolts w/Metal Locking Nuts $415.00

i know i know do a search on here, but my conection to slow and it times out on me before anything comes up. so.... what ya think! jiMMy
 

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Sounds like you need a faster connection <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">

See how much you could get all the individual pieces for and compare that total to your $415 price tag. Get whatever is cheaper.
 

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Jimmy,

I am pricing the same thing for my D60 and have come up with prices in the $500 - $700, though that is with tie rod end and not heims. don't know what price difference is in heims. Figure arms are $85 - $150 each,
tie rod is in the $50 - $80 range, so I'm at $280 - 460 ish before the heims and hardware, depending on arms and rod size and quality. Proably is worth the cash
 

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Sounds like a pretty good deal to me, I am looking for the same thing and I was figuring more the $500-700 price range like krcruiser was saying as well. So tell us where you saw this deal, por favor. And who makes are the arms???
Thanks.
 

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Sounds like a good deal but I would seriously think about going to tierod ends, I men if you get heims and have to change them in a year they really didnt save you any money and could be a safety concern. Other then the heims sounds like a good deal!
 

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Jimmy call Ant and get some of his arms. You can set it up so that the steering is behind the knuckles. Also, all the ackerman and angles and crap like that is all se tup already. And they are cheaper than what you are buying from tellico and other places.

Better yet, call me and I will get you his #

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Jimmy call Ant and get some of his arms. You can set it up so that the steering is behind the knuckles. Also, all the ackerman and angles and crap like that is all se tup already. And they are cheaper than what you are buying from tellico and other places

So Ant, chim in and let us know what your arms run. Are they the real long looking variety with an arm on the front and the back of the knuckle? And what applications can he make them for???
thanks.
 
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