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Old October 18th, 2007, 09:47 AM
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Castor corrected radius arms ...

I will be placing an order for QT Castor Corrected front radius arms and I was wondering, going with a 3" lift should I get the 3 degrees or the 6 degrees of correction ?

Anybody run those ? Any alternatives for a 110 ?

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Old October 18th, 2007, 10:05 AM
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I will be placing an order for QT Castor Corrected front radius arms and I was wondering, going with a 3" lift should I get the 3 degrees or the 6 degrees of correction ?

Anybody run those ? Any alternatives for a 110 ?

Thanks.

Pat
I would look at rte's stuff. caster correct the swivls & use the arms for driveline correction
Qt you may have driveline issues
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Three degrees should be enough for 3" lift.
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Well ...

It looks like it is going to be 3 degrees and I will give Rovertyme a call for sure. There work looks wickedly strong.

Always nice to have other inputs !

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It looks like it is going to be 3 degrees and I will give Rovertyme a call for sure. There work looks wickedly strong.

Always nice to have other inputs !

Thanks

Pat
Steve at Rovertym is a stellar guy too... I have his radius arms on my truck and I have a 4" lift on the soft top.


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