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Rear Lower Control Arm/Trailing Arm/Lower Links: Buyers guide

Toy Outfitters
thetoyoutfitters.net

$285, 1.5" OD, .25" DOM wall, non adjustable, johnny joint/urethane bushing



Toy Outfitters custom

$360, 1.75" OD, .25" DOM wall, adjustable, johnny joint/urethane bushing






ALL-PRO off-road
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$299, 1.75" OD, .281" DOM wall, adjustable, johnny joint/polyurethane bushing






REDLINE MOTORSPORTS
redlindlandcruisers.com

$360, 1.75" OD, .25" DOM wall, adjustable, 1" heim joints






ICON
icon-vehicle-dynamics.com

$650, billet, adjustable, johnny joint






MAN-A-FRE
man-a-fre.com

$325, 1.625" OD, .25" DOM wall, non adjustable, polyurethane bushing






Metal Tech
metattech4x4.com
 

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Well, it’s a 2011 post.
I bought the man a fre and they are needing a rebuild.

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I heard the metaltech offset lower links are very good. Probly what im going to get if my stockers bend or just wear out :)
 
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I'm looking for a set hut don't want to brake the bank.....Rci skid on order as well as I need skid plates next month
 

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I don't see the All pro available
This is an old post, check out this much more recent updated thread, it has All-Pro listed there: Lower Link Comparison Guide


Well, it’s a 2011 post.
I bought the man a fre and they are needing a rebuild.
Yep it is an old post, check out the new one, link is above.

I heard the metaltech offset lower links are very good. Probly what im going to get if my stockers bend or just wear out :)
I've seen many people have problems with the adjustable Metal Tech LCAs. The threads get worn out and then the links split in half where the adjustment happens or it at least comes loose and that of course isn't safe for driving on. I've seen it happen to so many people over the years that it drove me to the decision of the non-adjustable RESZ Fab links that are already set up for lifted applications and are also off-set. They also make upper rear links that are also offset.
 
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