I have a set on mine that screw onto the stock arms. yes you heard it right screw onto them. They are 2" or thicker solid hardened bar stock with the end drilled and tapped to take the stock end and then they are 13" longer i belive then the end is threaded just like the stock ones so you can use your existing bushings and nuts. You just move the stock brackets back a foot or so. 400 bucks includes shipping. Im going to swap in a 4 link so i wont be needing the arms. Theyflex like mad !
Also, the rumour is another one of the Bronco Houses (BC Broncos, Wild Horses, etc) will be releasing some extended radius arms to compete with Duff's, at a more reasonable price too. But like I said, that's just a rumour.
oh guess i better do some research on my prices before i go offering my stuff huh. I know they took a buddy of mine a long ass time to make and i knew the ones from JBG are 700 - 800 bucks so i thought 400 was a good deal. maybee i should have a lookie at the bent and twisted ones huh.
with extended arms you will get pretty good flex. any more and the tires are going to start getting way off camber. follow? i don't think they'd go too well on stock arms either because the stock arms are weak.
i might do that.
my only concern is where the extension meets the stock arm being a week point. i would weld it together, not just screw it in, but you think reinforcing the whole thing, stock part, and new extension is a good idea, or overkill?
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