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Wulf Suspension UCA's?

Discussion in '4th Gen 4Runners (2003-2009)' started by Scaiza, Dec 9, 2018.

  1. Dec 9, 2018 at 6:48 PM
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    Scaiza

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    They can't even spell wolf. I would check out JBA UCA's. I have All Pro's that I took of my Tacoma but if I didn't have them I would have gone with the JBA's. SPC UCA's are also good.
     
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    Why are they not recommended with 4r’s With KDSS?

    Pretty sure the stock UCA is the same one used on the SR5’s and limited’s
     
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    Since you mentioned it, I thought this was funny. It’s on their about us page.

    And yes, we do know how to spell Wolf, just adding that U made us feel classy... like pinky finger in the air sipping our beer from a champagne glass type classy - but still down to earth approachable classy so give us a call or shoot us a message if you have have any questions!
     
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    So from now on if I misspell a word it's because I am classy not dumb.
     
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    It'd be pretty cool to have Wulf, JBA, Total Chaos, ICON, and Light Racing show up and tell us why we should pick their UCA over another.

    I want the JBA's, but outside of their marketing description on their website, I couldn't tell you why.
     
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    I like them because you can replace the ball joint with the uca still mounted on the rig. You can also Carrie a spare Moog ball joint to get you home. You can't do that with a uniball.
     
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    There are others besides JBA that have replaceable ball joints. Plus, while a cool feature, how many people are replacing ball joints on their daily drivers?
     
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    I like SPC for the greasable ball joint and lots of adjustment for doing my own alignments at home. Never heard of wulf.
     
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    285/70/17 KO2 - Dobinsons 3/2" UCA - 5100s @ 0
    I have the Dobinsons UCA, very nice tubular construction. Check them out.
     
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    Ive had JBA for 2 years now and have not had a single problem with them.
     

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