Adjustable VS. Non adjustable Control Arms
How much more articulation do you get with adjustable control arms over non adjustable control arms?
non, they allow you to set a desired length to your control arm in the chance you make suspension changes.
2002 Jeep Wrangler X
4" suspension lift/currie anti-rock
33" Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ
Front & Rear ARB plus 4.56 gear
Front & Rear Warn Bumper w/9.5ti on Front
Poison Spyder Rocker Guards
Originally Posted by okeefe11
Originally Posted by Daylan
What the adjustable arms do is allow you to dial in your suspension angles. This will decrease bind in the suspension while you are flexing and put far less strain on various components of your rig (e.g., U-joints, control arm brackets, driveshafts, whatever). The biggest area I think it makes a difference is on road handling and ride. Having everything aligned properly is good thing when following a winding road at 70 mph.
That's my naive, inarticulate take on it anyway.
The D35: 60% of the time, it breaks every time.
'06 LJ (specs in profile, 35's, ARBs, rocket boosters, stealth technology, etc.)
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