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AEV front control arm drop brackets

Looking to just try a set out and see how it works out on my rig. Anyone upgrade from these and have a set laying around? My straight line braking and road wandering is a bit excessive.

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I got a take off set that was on for about 3-4 weeks, what do you want to offer? Hard to give a hundred bucks away for free after being laid off for 18 months. anything to trade, something...

I can tell you that I got a severe pull to the right for some reason, put the curries back on and the brackets are laying on the garage floor.

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The pull to the side is something not adjusted right with your arms. If stock arms are used and it's pulling, I'm guessing it's because of a track bar misalignment. AEV suspension is designed with the track bar bracket on the axle end so this may be it.

I have the brackets on my rig, with Rockkrawler arms, RK track bar, and Poly track bar mount.

I have no pull. The brackets made it ride smoother, and helped a driveshaft vibration that I just couldn't cure with arm adjustments. I'm not entirely sure what the brackets did that cured the vibe, but it fixed a headache so I'm happy.

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I got a take off set that was on for about 3-4 weeks, what do you want to offer? Hard to give a hundred bucks away for free after being laid off for 18 months. anything to trade, something...

I can tell you that I got a severe pull to the right for some reason, put the curries back on and the brackets are laying on the garage floor.
If you are looking to sell them, shoot me your price. I wasn't looking for a free set of anything. I don't have much of anything JK related for trade.

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