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Old 03-08-2008, 07:03 PM   #1
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[b]does He Go With Long Arm Or Short Arm?

My Brother Has A 2001 Wj Cherokee He Wants To Know If He Combines His 4" Terra-flex S4w Set Up With The 2"bb That Is Already On The Jeep Would He Half To Use The Short Arms That Came With The 4" Set Up Or Get The Long Arm?

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IMO 6" is too much for every short arm jeep.
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