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Old 11-04-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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4" long arm compared to 4" short

Got my coils and springs in with trac bat relocations and quick discos now looking at either long arms or just full adjustable.... Now does the long arm just keep your vehicle more level? I'm think regardless of witch one I go with doesn't tire size determine everything.... If I put 37s on wouldn't it be pointless to get a long arm.... I was thinking of just ordering the 4" full traction ultimate suspension and just throwing the springs in the shed and other parts invade stuff breaks... Should I really get a long arm kit ? I need help
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