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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-24-2016, 11:25 PM
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I still enjoy playing with metal. Don't like hearing old news though especially with how long wait times are with some of the bigger companies.


What's the material thickness for the various parts of those radius arms? (And if it's not A36, what is it?) I'm looking to build myself a (second) set of extended arms and was wondering what you guys are using since supposedly it holds up to high speed desert use

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How much does this setup cost?
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Have needed to update so im glad someone bumped this thread.

I found myself getting started on my gofast build and was looking to go c&t, radius arms, etc. the whole 9. I needed it done in a quick time frame and wound up using Dave (Threat), I'm glad I did. He knocked my beams out in a day, even faster than I could get down there to pick them up. I wound up using Solo radius arms on my rig because it was convenient and once again I was on a time frame. Fast forward a few md ore months and I'm going coilovers and bypasses on my rig. Of all the TTB go fast guys (Threat, Southwest, Solo, Camburg, ETC) I have always liked Daves and the Southwest coilover mount the best, Solo was doing a sale for $600 on theirs, so I hit Dave up and asked if he'd knock $100 off the price of his, he responded by knocking off $200 and matching Solo's sale price. Awesome customer service and as you can see by the picture the quality is there too. Stoked to pick mine up next week and get these coilovers on in time for dez season.

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The plating, uniballs and heims will set you back a little bit further than most, but worth the upgrade. I went heimed on the radius arms and wish I would have paid extra to have Dave do the uniball and plating on my beams while he had them. Not sure what he sells them for, but Solo's kit starts at $1700ish and hes usually a little cheaper. Also, Solo arms don't come boxed.

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I wanted to keep mine stock width and was eyeing threat or solo. I haven't taken mine to the desert yet. I originally bought it to just have a camping vehicle and light off-roading. Been snooping the gfb site, met a couple of members and now I want a full gfb. I wanted it ready for this season but I don't think it's gonna happen. I'm gonna try to get out to the desert with my stock suspension just to see if it's something I like. 10k on a stage 4 solo kit installed isn't something I wanna jump into before I know if I even like "the scene".

Your setup sounds like it's gonna be fun and you got it done on a pretty short fuse, which for me means there's still hope!
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Thanks for the chime in but I succumbed to the D60 swap, well I have a huge pile of parts anyhow LOL.
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