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RockKrawler Mid Arms

I have a full set of RK Mid Arms. $500 OBO. Located in Co. Springs. Uppers and Lowers, Front and Rear. These provide a 1" stretch to the rear axle. They are for a 2-door, but from what I'm reading in the RK Manual, there appears to be enough adjustment in these to fit both 2D and 4D. Please confirm with Jeremy (RK) if you have a 4D.
Bought these new about 8 months ago. They are in perfect condition. Bushings look like new and the RK joints are all very tight. Never been in mud. Only rocks. And I clean the underside of my Jeep after I wheel, cause I'm an anal bastard. I upgraded to the X-Factor Long Arms. So these have to go bye bye.
Rather not ship the heavy mofo's, but will consider on your dime. I can post some pics if you want, but they look like shiny black metal things... Here is the Jeep with them installed. Call, text, or whatever.
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These are the control arms and not the 3-Link conversion right? Does anything else need to be replaced because of the stretch? (ie. driveshaft, etc.)
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These are the control arms and not the 3-Link conversion right? Does anything else need to be replaced because of the stretch? (ie. driveshaft, etc.)
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Correct. This is from the "X-Factor Mid Arm System", which includes 2 uppers and 2 lowers. "The X-Factor Plus Mid Arm System" converts the rear to 3-link.

Nothing needs to be replaced. The 1" stretch just helps to re-center your axle after you lift, and gives you a little extra tire clearance from the Rubi Rails.
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