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buying lift with ARMS help

ok im wanting to fix 32x11.50s and im looking at 3.5 or 4in lift, the question is, which arms control the center of the axle in the wheel well, the bottom control arms or the upper arms, im thinking the bottom to right, and if i get long arms fixed or adj, will it affect the upper arms. i want the axle center in the wheel well, im looking at the rough country with new arms in rear and new front lower is this a good company and quality lift, no saggy springs. please help with imput and describ e

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Get Rough Country adjustable control arms with all other lift components being Iron Rock Offroad. In my opinion its the best lift you can get for under $2000 (Spend $1700 for a 9 inch lift). Others will say not to go with Rough Country, again, this is totally my opinion from experience from this setup.

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ok im wanting to fix 32x11.50s and im looking at 3.5 or 4in lift, the question is, which arms control the center of the axle in the wheel well, the bottom control arms or the upper arms, im thinking the bottom to right, and if i get long arms fixed or adj, will it affect the upper arms. i want the axle center in the wheel well, im looking at the rough country with new arms in rear and new front lower is this a good company and quality lift, no saggy springs. please help with imput and describ e
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