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Old 10-02-2013, 08:53 AM   #1
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Dirt King stock width LCAs now available

Dirt King 2005+ Toyota Tacoma Stock Width Lower Control Arms are now available. Our Stock Replacement Lower Control Arms are an excellent upgrade for those looking for a stronger more functional LCA without increasing the track width. These will work on both 2wd and 4wd vehicles. We use custom machined bolts and uniball cups for axle clearance and additional wheel travel. We also replaced the weak factory ball joints with 1" stainless steel uniballs for strength and more articulation. With these arms you have the option of running hydraulic bump stops. Unlike other companies we use Delrin bushing in our lower arms instead of soft urethane bushings which bind and flex when braking. These arms are considerably stronger than stock to withstand the abuse seen in off-roading. Our Stock Replacement LCA's are a direct bolt on part and does not increase track width. These are fully CAD designed, cnc laser cut and bent to ensure a quality fit. Our arms come fully assembled to save time and easy installation.



You can find more information and are available to order on our website here http://shop.dirtkingfabrication.com/...-TTF4-S103.htm
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Old 10-03-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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Nice!
Nick, any plans for a secondary bypass fitment?

Good luck with these.
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:36 PM   #3
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Nice!
Nick, any plans for a secondary bypass fitment?

Good luck with these.
We can have it set up for a bypass shock as well. We choose not to add it since being at stock width the arm is just too short and it will cause you to lose quite a bit of turning radius since the tire will contact the bypass shock. Also figured most people would want to go to an extended kit if they were looking to run a secondary shock so more travel would be obtainable. We will have all of our 3.5" kits (and possibly 2" kits if we end up designing and building them) set up to run a bypass as it will not affect turning radius.
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:43 PM   #5
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Love the uniball in arm design. I assume you retain the factory ball joint bracket between the factory arms and the spindle?
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Hope to do business with you soon. I have National in El Cajon building a new leaf pack right now and as soon as I get the rear upgrade done you guys are next on my list for uppers and lowers, very stoked that I can get these from SD locals !
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Love the uniball in arm design. I assume you retain the factory ball joint bracket between the factory arms and the spindle?
Yes we use the factory ball joint bracket. With this design we are able to achieve much more ground clearance rather than having the uniball in the block. We will have our long travel kit the same way.

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Hope to do business with you soon. I have National in El Cajon building a new leaf pack right now and as soon as I get the rear upgrade done you guys are next on my list for uppers and lowers, very stoked that I can get these from SD locals !
National does good work. We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions about anything feel free to shoot me a PM or email.
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Those look nice!
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-WSSX16T stainless steel uniballs
-304 stainless steel high angle misalignment spacers


These are about $300 less than the TC arms. Very good!
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