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I have the 2" Mopar lift and had the rancho control arm correction brackets put on. I think the brackets sit way too low and I'm looking at control arms to replace. What are my options? What's high and what's low end?
 

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Allens Offroad has some Core 44 arms I have been eyeing. Pretty reasonably priced too. That is probably the route I would go.
 

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Currie, Synergy, Metalcloak or Evo are the only Control Arms I would run. Have run both Currie and MC. The Synergy and Evo are nice due to the ability to adjust them in place.
 

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Allens Offroad has some Core 44 arms I have been eyeing. Pretty reasonably priced too. That is probably the route I would go.
I've got Core 4x4 Level 3 front lowers.

They are beefy as all get out and the red powder coating is nice, too.


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As stated before on here. Longer/adjustable arms do nothing towards correcting the angle. Like those brackets do.

Seriously. Your not hard core rock crawling with a 2" mopar lift either.
That's the only way I'd see those brackets touching anything
 

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As stated before on here. Longer/adjustable arms do nothing towards correcting the angle. Like those brackets do.



Seriously. Your not hard core rock crawling with a 2" mopar lift either.

That's the only way I'd see those brackets touching anything


I'm looking at short only. I agree, but like to think my 2" is more like 3!


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