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Stage 4 w/Tubular UCA vs Stage 4 w/Billet UCA

Discussion in 'ICON Vehicle Dynamics' started by mntnbikerbw, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. mntnbikerbw

    mntnbikerbw [OP] IG/Twitter: mntnbikerbw

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    What's the difference between the two for the 2005 to current Tacoma?

    Thanks.
     
  2. ICONRep

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    Just the arm type, tubular or billet aluminum.

    Tubular arm has a dual stage urethane bushing on the frame mount side of the arm (non adjustable) where the billet has on vehicle adjustable rod ends. Tubular steel vs. Polish & anodised billet aluminum. Billet arms come with a uniball cover cap but is an option for the the tubular.
     
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  3. mntnbikerbw

    mntnbikerbw [OP] IG/Twitter: mntnbikerbw

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    Thanks. I appreciate the quick response too!

    Later.
     
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