F-150 A-Arm Kit

John Bitting

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Newline has finished there f-150 A-arm kit.. Here are some pics.. The truck in the pics will receive a 3.0 King shock and gets 18" of travel with 0 bumpsteer..
 

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The price is not yet completely set. I am not sure, as soon as Nestor gets in I will have him post prices. If I had to guess, I would say $5500 without shocks. That includes, upper and lower arms, steering arms, all heims, custom uprights.
 

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Well John it came out nice. Talked to you a couple weeks ago about the kit but i have one ? regarding the bend in the steering, Does that bend there weaken it at all compared to just running it straight? I havent done my steering yet, just wondering how that will hold up. Kit looks very good.
Jason
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The bend will hinder strength slightly...although it is not as strong as a straight piece, if you bend either one, you have other things to be more worried about.

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The bend is for frame clearance on uptravel. It is made from Chromoly and is something like 380 wall, Its the same thickness that is used on the equal length beam steering kits for the I-beams so I dont think its going anywhere..
 
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