Full traction recently redesigned their longarm kit.
1. No longer replaces the cross member. Uses stock crossmember and comes with a skid plate to protect exhaust crossover. You wont lose ground clearance with it.
2. The redesigned the flex joints and the bushings, which I haven't heard if any issues since the did this.
3. Requires no welding. Still have to cut off stock brackets.
I would imagine any lack of flex is due to improper shock length. I've wheeled with Joe, RDY4RKS, with the older full traction longarm and evo coilovers/evo lever, and it has no lack of flex. I actually like the new Full Traction design better than my Teraflex longarms.
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