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Old 02-14-2011, 03:12 PM   #1
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TJ control arms

I am looking to upgrade my rough country control arms. I am looking at the rokmen arms and also the rough country long arm upgrade kit. I am currently running 4in springs and do not plan to go any higher. I wheel the jeep 7-10 times in the summer and it is my daily driver. I am looking to upgrade because the bushings are shot in my current arms. I already have adjustable uppers also. Which arms would you guys recomend?

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Old 02-14-2011, 03:25 PM   #2
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go with Rokmen.

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I have the Currie lowers, and Rock Krawler uppers, and I would say either of those would be an excellent choice. I love them both.
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As everyone has stated either Currie or Rokmen are great arms. Its really down to personally preference since you can get both with JJ's on both ends.

I'd go with Rokmen just because I've had great experience with them and their products have been top-notch!
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