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Old 01-24-2014, 03:38 PM
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C gussets what brand?

looking to add a little beef to my jeeps front end
thinking that the upper gusset is good but what about the bottom?
what brand is everybody using?
any clearance issues with upper and lower installed?
are there any pitfalls with this that i should look for other than replacing the ball joints?

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The lowers are just fine, evo is a pretty good brand to start with

http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...VO-AXLEGUSSETS

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I've been running TeraFlex c's for a while. no issues here.
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I'm running Synergy gussets. No clearance issues.
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I'm running Synergy gussets. No clearance issues.
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The Artec ones are solid and have no clearance issues with the springs. You might as well do the uppers and lowers while you are there.

Their control arms skids are a nice addition.
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As was said above, do both upper and lower. And, while you are at it, it's a good time to replace the weak OEM ball joints.
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thanks for the info guys now to the welder..
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The whole Artec kit is $250 shipped. If you know a welder ..... Why not go full armor ?
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The whole Artec kit is $250 shipped. If you know a welder ..... Why not go full armor ?
I wish that I could but I'm going for a low CG type of build and I don't think that the truss would have enough clearance without more of a lift that I want to run

the LCA skids are nice tho..

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