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Old 01-24-2010, 11:47 PM   #1
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Exclamation Control ARms ?

I'm installing a SYE and want to know where to purchase the best rear, upper control arms for the best price.
Any recommendations?

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and y does your sye instal require new upper control arms?

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and y does your sye instal require new upper control arms?
To correctly set the pinion angle after the install.
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I'd recommend going with Currie or Rokmen with JJ's on each end. I'm sure others have had good luck with others too, but I would not put another CA with a bushing in it on my Jeep . . . replacing bushings every month or two gets real old real quick.
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To correctly set the pinion angle after the install.
ok, cool. for some reason it seemed odd to me
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