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Old December 8th, 2015, 01:20 PM
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Adrenalin 4x4, Trailing Arms items in Adrenalin4x4 store on eBay!

Just noticed their stuff as I was looking for a new Aframe in the rear of my truck, I like the build quality and the increased articulation as well as the maintenance of these arms.

Was wondering if anyone has seen this stuff in the wild. I see no downsides to this design.
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Old December 8th, 2015, 02:21 PM
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Adrenalin 4x4, Trailing Arms items in Adrenalin4x4 store on eBay!

Just noticed their stuff as I was looking for a new Aframe in the rear of my truck, I like the build quality and the increased articulation as well as the maintenance of these arms.

Was wondering if anyone has seen this stuff in the wild. I see no downsides to this design.
The downside is they are expensive as hell and are short.
When the axle drops it will start to swing forward pretty quickly.
It's not a huge deal, but for that money it'd be easy to make up some longer arms that utilize a frame mount a little farther forward.
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Old December 8th, 2015, 02:30 PM
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Looks like good stuff, I like that upper A arm assembly.
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Looks like good stuff, I like that upper A arm assembly.
Thats where I am at right now, thinking it would be a nice upgrade since the joint replacement cost is 1/3 of this whole assembly.
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holy overpriced...700 bucks to your door
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I mean; A-arm ball joint pressed is around $200 to your door. This seems more robust.
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