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KRX High Clearance 1.5" Forward Offset A-Arms





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1.5” forward offset
Fit up to a 34” tire
Made with 1.25” diameter steel tubing
High-clearance bends give you extra ground clearance without a lift
Chromoly steel ball joint housings and pivot blocks
Steering stops included
UV-resistant powder coat finish
Backed by a lifetime warranty
 

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We powdered the first run of production in all black, so that's all we'll have on hand for now....BUT you can always do your own custom powder coating and we'll still honor the LIFETIME warranty! Plus, you get a nice little discount from me for being a member of this forum!
 

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I'm not in a rush, so I'll wait. It'll cost me probably another $100 to get 'em done in white, not to mention the wait, so I'll just wait until they're available in white. I straightened my one (slightly) bent lower arm and it's doing fine. If it bends again, I'll straighten it and weld some gussets.
 

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Hey, here's another question: Do your arms come with their own bushings? And if so do they have grease fittings? I ask because I've pulled the stock arms to grease the non-greaseable bushings because they creak like crazy, and it's a bit of a pain. I did the lowers when I installed your Frame Reinforcement plate and those were pretty easy. The uppers on the other hand were a pain. Would be super nice to just be able to grease them from time to time with a grease gun.
 

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As of right now, they're not included because we haven't finished a bushing kit yet.....BUT it looks like we should have a bushing kit in the next 2 weeks or so, and they'll definitely be greasable.
 

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Curious if these have any camber adjustment or will they naturally even out the camber. I know on a new machine the passenger side camber is slightly more than the driver side but there is no adjustment other than adding preload to the shock.
 

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Curious if these have any camber adjustment or will they naturally even out the camber. I know on a new machine the passenger side camber is slightly more than the driver side but there is no adjustment other than adding preload to the shock.
Yes! These arms have camber adjustments to correct or customize any camber needs you have. PLUS, they offer more ground clearance, the forward offset allows for a 34" tire, AND the have a lifetime warranty!
 

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I don't think the factory guards are going to work with the arched forward arms....but I can't say that for sure. The good thing about our harms is they're high clearance so you'll hit less...they're beefy as hell, so no worries there, and they have a lifetime warranty, so you can wrap it around a tree and we'll just shoot you a new arm if you can damage it.
 

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Hey, here's another question: Do your arms come with their own bushings? And if so do they have grease fittings? I ask because I've pulled the stock arms to grease the non-greaseable bushings because they creak like crazy, and it's a bit of a pain. I did the lowers when I installed your Frame Reinforcement plate and those were pretty easy. The uppers on the other hand were a pain. Would be super nice to just be able to grease them from time to time with a grease gun.
check our garage products. He makes the best bushings on the market. He just dropped krx bushings about 2 weeks ago.
 

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Yes! These arms have camber adjustments to correct or customize any camber needs you have. PLUS, they offer more ground clearance, the forward offset allows for a 34" tire, AND the have a lifetime warranty!
I have questions. For starters are the camber adjustments any tougher than the ones you make for the can ams? I've got a friend and his father who both had the same problems with theirs. Even though the jam nuts were tight the bolts managed to wear the openings out and sag. And they had to fight to get warranty replacement
 

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I have questions. For starters are the camber adjustments any tougher than the ones you make for the can ams? I've got a friend and his father who both had the same problems with theirs. Even though the jam nuts were tight the bolts managed to wear the openings out and sag. And they had to fight to get warranty replacement
Man...I'm so glad we don't see many of those OG Mavericks anymore. They were always having issues...even with beefed up parts. Just a poor design.

No worries on those pivot blocks. They've all been chromoly blocks since 2015. If you can bend one....you probably did something very very bad...with way more to worry about. Lol! :ROFLMAO: Plus we do have the easiest warranty ever. You can wrap it around a tree and send it off a cliff, and all we need is pics and an order....and a good story if you have one.
 
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