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Old 03-26-2013, 07:41 PM   #1
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Going with Terra Flex and Bilstein

So after much thought, number crunching and wanting the most bang for my buck...I've decided to go with Terra Flex 4" Springs and Bilstein shocks to replace the RC 6" and Rancho shocks that the PO put on the Rubi. TF's warranty and CS played a huge role in the decision too. Gonna stay with short arms for now...gonna order it tomorrow.

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Are you staying with stock short arms? Or are you ordering aftermarket?

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Are you staying with stock short arms? Or are you ordering aftermarket?
I have adj upper and lower control arms already so go stay with them. Considering long arm in future...will see what my angles look like and how it handles on & off road...
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I am a huge fan of Teraflex. Everything I have from them so far has been outstanding. Bilstien is like anything else. You here good and bad. I don't have any experience with them personally. I run Tereaflex shocks which have treated me well.
I like my short arms too. Long arms do most certainly help in some situations but for me it takes away a little clearance. I'm staying with my adjustable shorties until I figure out what direction I want to go when I get around to stretching my rig someday.
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Short arms work ok at less than 5 inches of lift. Tjs always seem to suffer from poor longarm kits. A real good Tj longarm system should tuck everything above frame, but sadly most seem to hang low. So I with chad. Rock the shortys
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Considering doing my steering upgrade at the same time... Terra flex high steer or currie ultimate... Anyone have experience or preference ?
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I've only seen the currie steering and its beefy as hell.
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That's what I heard. TF from what I understand is aluminum where Currie is steel.
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what brand arms? want to sell them?
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what brand arms? want to sell them?
Arms?
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you after a long arm kit. what brand are the short ones.
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you after a long arm kit. what brand are the short ones.
No I'm staying with my adjustable shorties for now thinking about a long arm in the future...
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Can't go wrong with the Currie system
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^^ yup going with Currie, not sure Currie Ultimate or Correctlync... Thought about Savvy but seems a bit of overkill.

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