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post #1 of 5 Old 04-29-2010, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Adios control arms and death wobble!

Teraflex long arm with the Rebel Offroad upgrade coming in! They scrap the Teraflex bushings and go with Teraflex's FlexJoint. That way there's no fear of a bushing failing.

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nice. looking forward to more pics and report on how it handles for you


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Your gonna LOVE the long arms, especially with the coilovers, HUGE diffenence on the road..

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Not a big fan of the TF joints.

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Not a big fan of the TF joints.
Fully understand, but that's why we modify the control arms.

Our TF Long Arm installs leave "Rebel-ized."

We cut off the bushing ends then weld in a bung and run the really large Flex joints on both ends. This lets the suspension droop out full and prevents bind and failure of the rubber joint. (Since it is no longer there). Coilover kits tend to have more travel and put greater stress on the ends of the arms so the big flex joints are used. It's like running big heims on a class 1 buggie or Trophy truck. We also use only right hand joints and bungs as this prevents the jam nuts from loosening on the joints/ arms as tends to happen when using a left joint and a right joint on the arm ends.

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