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Old 03-19-2013, 11:53 AM
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Pure Performance OEM Replacement Radius Arms

The new Pure Performance OEM Replacement Radius Arms are now available for 2005+ Super Duties!



The kit number is PP04144

-Fully boxed construction from 1/4" thick laser cut steel
-In vehicle caster adjustment
-High PV bushings and sleeves to take abuse
-Reinforced in all the right places
-Abuse Proof Lifetime Warranty

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Old 03-19-2013, 01:52 PM
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I don't see them listed on your website yet. How much?
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Old 03-19-2013, 01:57 PM
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They retail for $799 for the complete set!
We are working on getting everything updated and hopefully soon we will get back on the PP website!

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What's the advantage of these over stock?
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They are much more durable than the OEM units! They will take a beating! They also have in vehicle caster adjustability which no other set of arms has!

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Old 04-01-2013, 11:17 AM
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They are much more durable than the OEM units! They will take a beating! They also have in vehicle caster adjustability which no other set of arms has!

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You forgot the other reason!

The look a lot better than the factory stamped units!
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:20 AM
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You forgot the other reason!

The look a lot better than the factory stamped units!
Sorry, forgot about the obvious!
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They are much more durable than the OEM units! They will take a beating! They also have in vehicle caster adjustability which no other set of arms has!

JP
Come on JP there are others that have caster adjustability without removing them. I can adjust mine very easily. Don't have to remove a single bolt. Then again mine isn't stock either, so you got me there. The regular ALA's, you just have to take one bolt out out of the bottom arm and spin them. Not a huge deal.

I am just curious if anybody here ever broken a set of the stock arms? I don't know, I have not heard of anyone.


I am still confused about you guys though. You guys are 4-link supporters and don't quite follow why you guys built these? As you know we have had some serious 4-link verses 3-link battles! Really for the additional 250 bucks wouldn't you just go with the 4 link setup?
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Old 04-01-2013, 02:54 PM
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What is to be confused about? Yes, I like 4 links! I like 3 Links in Jeeps, and there is also a point where radius arms are functional and needed? I guess the question is, what is your point? I have always said, to each their own and always will. These radius arms are pretty cool. If we did not have a cool way to make them, we would not come out with them! They are more functional at a 2.5" lift height than the 4 link conversion is in my opinion.

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Even if they were mainly in the 4 link market, whats wrong with broadening their market. There are others that sell similar arms, just adds more options to the buyers at a different price point. just my 2 cents
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