hyme jointed i beams

boltonbros

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how do you make your beams hyme jointed, some pictures would be helpful. thanks

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If they are stock you are out of luck unless 4wd then you can cut the end and weld in a bung and plate it. For the 2wd beams you can use a uniball with a little bit of fab. I can take a pic of stock beams with a uniball if you would like.

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Heres a shot of my uniballed front beam.

P.S it heim joint

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boltonbros

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they are 4wd beams, any pics of those?

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In_the_works

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What are the benefits of uniballs or heims versus say.. the stock bushing type pivots? (dumb question, I know.)

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I think they are pretty much work the same. But you cant always mount a heim in every application. Shocks like king saw ect use uniballs. Radius arms its easier to use a heim.

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You use hiems and uniballs for a few reasons such as they dont bind like bushings do,and generally they can take more of a beating
 
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