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Those should be more then capable to adjust out the caster. Last thing you want is to put on drop down brackets, it creates more leverage for deflection of the road forces introduced into the frame. A tall lift will require them and I would only use a top quality set to make sure there is no flexing or deflection.
Those are beautiful radius arms that much is for sure. Does anyone know what a set of them go for?
Stay away from those drop brackets if at all possible they do loosen up the handling I know this first hand.
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