Oh yes. But on the pricey side though 😬. But I’m already envisioning Powder coated flame red armsthese?
Kibbetech RAM TRX Billet Rear Suspension Kit CNC machined in house from 6061 aluminum Includes 2 lower arms, 2 upper arms and track bar Utilizes 1'' FK WSSX16T uniballs in each link pivot Utilizes 7/8'' FK JMX14T-770 rod ends in track bar and is fully adjustable to center rear end in vehicle...www.kibbetech.com
We will get to 2500 parts eventually. We have a list of things we are working on getting through for the 1500s and will move to the 2500s. I’ll add this to the 2500 list of things to build.
The joints are WAY better on these. No deflection in the joints which does help with the wheel hop, axle wrap, and articulation as you mentioned. The suspension will move up and down through articulation much smoother as well. The joints will also last longer and are easily replaceable if they ever need servicingAny benefit to running these? I know it helps wheel hop/axle wrap/articulation on regular trucks but do you still get these benefits on a TRX that’s purposefully built to handle these issues?
Im still drooling over these ones from FMI. The machine work and components are high quality. i got both upper and lowers for $3,400. but you can get lowers for $1,900 on the FMI website depending on what you're wanting. i got instant gratification as soon as these were installed. I had more control and connection with rear. It has 17-4 Stainless steel heim spacers, 1" Uniballs from FK, the custom machined 17-4 stainless spacers are designed to fit in the stock mount locations. The front mounts also have a Delrin wobble stopper to keep the arms in alignment. The Upper arm also has a 17-4 stainless post for the suspension travel sensor to ensure the truck will work correctly. This kit is pretty legit IMOHas anyone upgraded to billet rear arms from stock. Been drooling over Kibbetech for a while now.
Has anyone upgraded to billet rear arms from stock. Been drooling over Kibbetech for a while now.