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which style of control arm do i need

which style of control arm do i need

One of the most common questions we get is which kind of arms I need for my Dodge pickup, so here is a little info...

What are Control Arms? why choose adjustable control arms

What are Control Arms? why choose adjustable control arms

Aftermarket control arms are an excellent way to augment your lift system and ensure your vehicle runs smoothly. Choose from short, adjustable control arms for lifts below 5” and long arms for higher lift kits. You can find a control arm length that will fit any size lift, and the possibilities are endless. 

Lifted vehicle owners can choose from either fixed or adjustable control arms. Most new vehicle feature fixed control arms that offer incredible strength and can be augmented with adjustable control arms for precise angling. 

What does a Ladder traction bar do?

What does a Ladder traction bar do?

 Are ladders bars just for looks? They look sexy on a lifted truck, but they are an essential part of lifted trucks and trucks that put some serious torque to the ground. The primary function of Ladder or traction bars is to keep the axle from twisting under acceleration, and the taller your truck, the more you need traction/ladder bars. I will explain why in this article. 
Lift Blocks Pros and Con!

Lift Blocks Pros and Con!

What are lift blocks? Why do I need lift blocks? Let’s go over some reasons for using  Lift blocks and their drawbacks. A lift block is simply a metal or spacer that goes between your rear axle and the leaf springs; depending on how the rear axle is set up, a block can lift or lower a vehicle. If the axle is on top of the spring, it will lower the car, lift blocks will raise the car if the axle is under the leaf spring, and with either setup, longer U bolts will be needed when adding a larger block. 
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