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Old 06-07-2010, 02:30 PM   #1
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Rokmen Control Arms - Lifetime Warranty!!

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With several years of real world testing, 100's of jeeps running our arms from mild wheeling to intense trail abuse - we have not had a single failure to date.

We are so confident you will not have a problem, that if you manage to break it, we'll replace it for as long as you own your Jeep.


Our control arms are built to the highest level of Design, Quality, and Craftsmanship you have come to expect from Rokmen.
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Old 06-07-2010, 02:48 PM   #2
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How about some Long Arms... any plans for those yet???

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I know control arms and those are NICE control arms. The types of joints at both ends are very similar to my current Currie arms and you can't beat them.

And having had long arms on my last TJ that hung up on the rocks too often, I'm glad to be back to shorter arms.

A friend snapped the below pic during one of my many "stucks" on Sunbonnet in Johnson Valley Calif. when I still ran RE's long arms. Another turned it into the below "poster".
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....And having had long arms on my last TJ that hung up on the rocks too often, I'm glad to be back to shorter arms.
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I'm comin' to meet ya 'lizbeth. This is the big one...

Yep. Those arms are somewhere on my list after gears and lockers & winch.
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I'm comin' to meet ya 'lizbeth. This is the big one...
Hah, Redd Fox... that memory of him doing that line made me laugh Gus.
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That "hung up on the rocks" picture is a good arguement AGAINST long arm suspensions.
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That "hung up on the rocks" picture is a good arguement AGAINST long arm suspensions.
The odds are pretty good that is exactly why I posted that pic.
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If you start going to bigger tires, 36-37's on short arms the geometry of the arms are going to be at a pretty harsh angle, unless your going for the 2" LCG look with hi-line fenders and big tires.
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If you start going to bigger tires, 36-37's on short arms the geometry of the arms are going to be at a pretty harsh angle, unless your going for the 2" LCG look with hi-line fenders and big tires.
I'm sure you know this, but to me its noteworthy....Low center of gravity is more than just a look....

Those arms look awesome. But that's what we've all come to expect from the guys @ Rokmen. If I only had more money, I'd have more of their stuff.

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