Dodge Off Road Short Arms Non Adjustable 94-02

Dodge Off Road Short Arms Non Adjustable 94-02

Your Price: $399.00
Typically Ships in 5 to 10 Days
Part Number:1008

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DOR's industry-best short arms, made from 2" OD 1/4" wall DOM tubing on both upper and lower arms, and with our industry-best greaseable bushings, you simply will not find a better quality short arm anywhere at this price. These are beefier than arms than cost twice as much, and are precision cut, notched, and welded all in a jig for incomparable accuracy. These are the straight arms for 2nd gen trucks, 1994 to 2002. If you have factory wheels and larger/wider tires, you might have some minor rubbing when turned at full lock. These work best with wheels that have more offset than stock, preferably more than 5.5" backspacing (for 8" wide wheels). If you are unsure if your tires will rub or not, it's a good idea to order our bent short arms, which can be seen below in the related products. They will not rub with any wheel or tire configuration that we have seen so far.  All arms are made to push the axle 1/2" forward of the stock location for more tire clearance and better suspension and steering geometry. They are powdercoated gloss black.  You will need to reuse your factory hardware, these bolt right in using the factory cam bolts and control arm hardware.

When listed in stock, that is for the stock to 3" length.  All other lengths are built to order and take 5 to 10 business days to ship. 
5 Stars
This absolutely dwarf the stock arms in every way. The pictures do these arms no justice, I'll take a picture of them next to stock arms and post it in the forum. Quality is top notch, to say these are the best bang for your buck control arms is an understatement. I would highly recommend to any 2nd get owner, I would say give the bent versions a second look though. 37x12.50's, wheels have 4.75'' of backspacing and are 9'' wide and I don't rub the stock arms, however with how missive these are it wouldn't surprise me if they rub a little. I plan to upgrade to long arms sooner than later, but if I wasn't I would have gone for the bent arms.
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Reviewed by:  from Utah. on 8/12/2016

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