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xtra money. Rebuild RE arms or replace with Currie

HI FOLKS I have rubicon xpress control arms on my jeep now a few of them could use new bushings and probably new joints is there away to check the joints?Now I HAVE 600.00 to spend do I get new currie arms or rebuild my rubicon express arms and put the money into a sye kit to get rid of the transfer case drop down kit and a tummy tuck later? Thanks Freckelman.

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