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  1. Bubba
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    Wanting theses to replace my factory arms. I have a 3.5 rough country lift.

  2. Andrew
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    Do these move the axle ahead any from the stock location to help with clearance between the tire and fender?

  3. Kevan Fowler
    Kevan Fowler at | | Reply

    I have a 2010 Ford F250 Superduty with a 6″ lift, will these work on it?

  4. Mike
    Mike at | | Reply

    I have a 2014 F250 with the 6.2 liter gas engine. It has a rough country blocks on the front. Will these raise the front of the truck any more.

  5. Mike
    Mike at | | Reply

    They are 2″ blocks

  6. Allen Johnson
    Allen Johnson at | | Reply

    Looking at installing a 6” kit and don’t see Radius Arms as an option for the BDS kit.
    I see other competitors offer a beafy Radius arms with their kits.
    Is going with a 4-Link system better than the Radius Arms?
    I don’t plan on any serious off road driving.

  7. Cody Wright
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    Hey Carter, I’m curious how much caster these add in. I want to use these in conjunction with the Carli 2.5” leveling springs on a 2018 F250 and need to know if I need to add their caster shims or not.

  8. Steve
    Steve at | | Reply

    I’ve currently got a 2.5″ leveling kit on my truck and after installation was very low on caster, almost dead zero on both sides. If I run these arms set in the cam position for the 3-4″ lift, will it add the extra caster above the 2.5″ lift setting, or will it not work? Also, do these use the stock bushings up front where the arms attach to the axle, or do they come with replacements for the front as well?

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