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post #1 of 3 Old 04-26-2010, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Front 4 Link Upgrade?

I am looking to do a front 4 Link upgrade on my truck. I am looking for something that is tubular to match my tractions bars on the rear. What are the advantages of running a 4 Link and which kit is the most bang for the buck? My truck already has a 6" or 8" Superlift kit on it. I am not sure but I am running 37"s with no problems at all. Thanks
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I have the Pure performance 4 link im my garage, ill be putting it on in about 11 days so I cant really comment on the performance aspect of it, but it look like a well made setup. The ICON is another popular option but that one is going to run you about 1500.

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Icon and Rize will give you the best setups with the least caster change over the range of motion. Pure is pretty inexpensive and will allow you to center the wheel in the opening as well as do caster adjustment at the frame mount instead of using the caster alignment cams at the axle mount. I don't like the way the axle mount brackets attach to the link bar without gussets. Top Gun Customz has a similar setup with stronger links IMHO for a few dollars more. Plus I'm looking at the OUO radius arm replacement. I haven't made a final decision yet which way I'll go.
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