New! Adjustable control arms for the JL!

  1. RanchoShocks

    RanchoShocks Well-Known Member

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    Rancho® has NEW front, upper and lower Adjustable Control Arms for your stock or lifted Jeep®. The new Arms work on a range from stock to 4.5-inches and the front upper arms allow caster and pinion angle adjustments on the vehicle. This will save time on the alignment rack to allow the setting to be made without having to remove the upper arm. The Arms are made of heavy duty DOM tubing for improved strength to handle off road obstacles. Lower Arms are bent similar to the factory design to allow for larger wheels and tires. The Upper Control Arms feature forged ends using our D2 synthetic high articulation bushings that self-center and are completely grease free.

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    So if I have the Mopar 2 lift kit on my Rubi and need to do caster adjustment, and don't want geometry brackets, then I could just use your upper arms to adjust my caster, correct?
     
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    Yes sir. A lot go this route. Since if you ever go "bigger" is easy to adjust and easy to adjust on the Jeep. :)

     
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    Okay thanks, but what would be best uppers? Lowers? And brackets? What if I only want to do one at this time?
     
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    Uppers at this time or the bracket :)
    Brackets are nice because of the ride is really nice, some say better than stock. :) If you see yourself a lot on the road for a while, go this route.

     
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