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I have rustys upper and lower adjustable arms that came with my axles. One of the flex joints has play in it so I want to rebuild/replace. Ive noticed not too many people have had good experiences with them. Should I get the flex joint parts from them or is there another brand that will fit?
 

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Personally. I would just cut my losses now. I don't know if, your heep had them on it when you bought it or you went with Rusty's products but, that is what I would do. I know that it's not what you wanted to hear but, that is just my 2 cents.
 

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They came with the d44 I bought and I needed them due to installing an sye at the same time. Will the currie jj's thread into the rustys arms? Or are you suggesting replacing all the arms with currie?
 

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Does Rustys still use 1.25-12 threads? If so, order up 2.5" Currie JJ's with a 1.25-12 shank. Unfortunately, you won't have much better luck with the junky bushings Rustys uses at the other end.
 
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