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post #1 of 15 Old 10-24-2013, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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who has the best deal on long arm kits?

anyone know any current specials or good deals on long arm kits?


looking to buy and searched for sale but the one i remembered is now sold. Anyone?
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clayton probably has the best pricing if you include install costs. but buying based on price for a long arm isn't the best idea
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clayton probably has the best pricing if you include install costs. but buying based on price for a long arm isn't the best idea
best "deals" as in bang for your buck. I am not asking for the cheapest, but a great value for my money. I guess I could have been more clear. But if the cheapest just happened to be the better I would not complain

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i would have to say teraflex delivers one of the best value lift

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There is still a couple days left on our October special. Free LED lights with the purchase of an RK or Teraflex lift, Metal Cloak is out since they don't offer long arms. Let me know if you would like a quote!


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post #7 of 15 Old 10-25-2013, 11:33 AM
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We would like to think we provide a great value with an innovative long arm system!

Major Features are:

Independent 3 link conversion front and rear
High clearance lower control arms front and rear
Best cross over angle in the industry
Suspension without bind is the smoothest suspension available
Abuse Proof Lifetime Warranty

Our main thing is, why bother going to a long arm if you are going to run stock style geometry just with longer arms? We just felt that would be doing our customers an injustice. We went for the best geometry possible and put it into a nice package.

If you have any questions, let us know. Good luck with your build.

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We would like to think we provide a great value with an innovative long arm system!

Major Features are:

Independent 3 link conversion front and rear
High clearance lower control arms front and rear
Best cross over angle in the industry
Suspension without bind is the smoothest suspension available
Abuse Proof Lifetime Warranty

Our main thing is, why bother going to a long arm if you are going to run stock style geometry just with longer arms? We just felt that would be doing our customers an injustice. We went for the best geometry possible and put it into a nice package.

If you have any questions, let us know. Good luck with your build.

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thanks. looking into your kits right now. I like they are upgradeable if I don't do the long arm now. all kits are upgradeable right?
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thanks. looking into your kits right now. I like they are upgradeable if I don't do the long arm now. all kits are upgradeable right?
Yes sir, that is 100% correct. You could even start with a 2.5" stock mod system, add a few misc. parts and the long arm upgrade to get to a full long arm system over time!

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Yes sir, that is 100% correct. You could even start with a 2.5" stock mod system, add a few misc. parts and the long arm upgrade to get to a full long arm system over time!

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As a starting point you won't be disappointed with the stock mod had it for a year just starting to upgrade now

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We always have some of the most competitive pricing on suspension systems and the real world experience to help you spend your money once and more importantly, wisely.

We're local too.

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As a starting point you won't be disappointed with the stock mod had it for a year just starting to upgrade now

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which did you start with?
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We always have some of the most competitive pricing on suspension systems and the real world experience to help you spend your money once and more importantly, wisely.

We're local too.

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Unfortunately I am not at hood right now. Maybe next year. Ill give you another call next week. thanks.
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which did you start with?
This
http://www.rockkrawler.com/ProductDe...tCode=RKJK25SM

It gave me more like 3in on my jku


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I had the Teraflex LA upgrade installed last spring and have been very pleased with it. Good things always heard about the RK kit as well. Some buddies just installed a Synergy 3.5" long arm on a 2dr and are over the moon with the quality and how well it installed. So, pick your poison. Just bear in mind they're a bit of work to install, mostly involving the cutting & grinding of the old mounts, tank removal, welding on new mounts, etc. Need a well equipped place to work, cutting torch, grinding eqpt, and quite a bit of time. I ended up farming my install out because it was just beyond what I thought I could do in my garage.

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