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Old 02-12-2018, 04:26 PM
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Does anyone have some experience with SPI a-arms?? Need a lower arm for my xm and can find these for less than half of what Doo wants.... Or if someone has a good used one i would be interested in that also. Thanks for any input
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I bought mine from Kimpex and they seem fine, appeared to be the same weight. Not sure who makes them though.


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I bought mine from Kimpex and they seem fine, appeared to be the same weight. Not sure who makes them though.


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Were you able to use the factory ball joint?? As long as I can use the same ball joint and geometry is correct I don't see a reason not to save a $100
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Yes. Pound the old one out and into the new a arm she goes.

And if you don’t have grip n rip bracing, good time to put it in!!


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