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Unread 02-12-2009, 09:08 PM   #1
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IRO SA - worth the investment?

Please help me decide, I really need new control arms for the Jeep, Ive been drooling over JKS adjustable CAs for over a year now... I have some money, but i really want to regear the TJ, which is going to kill my bank...

So, my question is, are the IRO adjustable CAs just as good or comparable at least?? They are half the price... I read mixed reviews here and there.

My plans are eventually do some moderate trails once I save up enough to get some armor. sliders and skid plates.

Thanks guys.

Harry

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i've had my IRO arms for a while now and i have had no problems with them....i cant say nothing about the JKS ones but they look good.
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My IRO arms are good, although I'm upgradeing. They haven't given me any issues and they are a good price.


(my front upper and lowers are for sale)
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I see what you did there....:shhh
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i would say there pretty comparable. JKS are a little bit beefier and greasable. they both use the same factory style bushings though. i personally would go with IRO.
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