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09 JK long arm kit?

I am looking for a new long arm kit and i was looking for the whole kit not just an upgrade if anyone could help me it would be much appreciated thanks.
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Huh? Do you have a long arm kit already? Care to be a little more specific on what you want? Type of wheeling? Vehicle set up? etc...


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There are lots of complete long arm systems out there.

Rock Krawler
TeraFlex
Synergy
Clayton
Rubicon Express

ect, ect, ect.


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I am looking for a new long arm kit and i was looking for the whole kit not just an upgrade if anyone could help me it would be much appreciated thanks.
As stated above i am looking for the whole kit as i do not currently have a long arm kit an everywhere i have searched only sells the upgrade and not the whole kit.

BTW its for a 2 door
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As stated above i am looking for the whole kit as i do not currently have a long arm kit an everywhere i have searched only sells the upgrade and not the whole kit.

BTW its for a 2 door
Where have you been searching Here is one http://www.rockkrawler.com/ProductDe...ode=RKJK25XFLA

Just call Rivery City Offroad up. He will get you squared away.


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rivercityoffroad by chance do you know the price and what would you prefer as i have not bought a lift kit for while now so i am not up on the pros and the cons.
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multiple sites on the internet and the only one i found was a skyjacker and i do not really want one of them all your paying for the name with them.
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You'll find Marcus' pricing on his site

Call him though, he'll steer you in the right direction.
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RK Long Arm Systems -

http://www.rockkrawler.com/searchresults.asp?cat=1839

RK Long Arm Systems with Stretch -

http://www.rockkrawler.com/searchresults.asp?cat=1840

TeraFlex Long Arm Suspensions -

http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...?component=342

Synergy Suspension Long Arm Systems -

http://www.synergymfg.com/Suspension-p-1-c-4965.html


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There are lots of options out there, it just depends on how crazy you want to go. Do you NEED a long arm?

I'd do a little digging around here on JKO in the modified tech section and do some reading before you go in any one direction. There are lots of options out there.

I've run two doors with short arm kits and have been happy, I am currently building one using this system linked below, but my 2012 four door has a 3.5 X-Factor Mid Arm on it.

http://www.rockkrawler.com/ProductDe...=RKJK25XFLA-3S

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i wanted a long arm kit because i do some rock crawling with a good amount of flex they are alot better ride
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If you have any questions regarding our long arm products, please let us know. Give us a shout if you want to wrap Jeep. We feel on the Rocks or meeting high articulation demands, nothing matches the balance of our X Factor Long Arm Systems. The independent 3 link suspension front and rear removes all naturally binding points so everything moves smoothly. This is a huge benefit as well on the street! The smoother the better we feel!

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Before you buy anything, do a bunch more research.

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Before you buy anything, do a bunch more research.
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Just got a Clayton 3.5" Long Arm Kit. Can't wait to put it on.
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Just got a Clayton 3.5" Long Arm Kit. Can't wait to put it on.
Just talked to Clayton a couple weeks ago at a rally. Good dude and a great product. Only concern was with their front radius arms but he seemed honest in opinions. Interesting rear upper arm setup.


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Are you set on long arms or just looking for some decent flex ?

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If you got the budget and time/money for install. Then go for it.

My vote http://www.rockkrawler.com/ProductDe...ode=RKJK35TTLA

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