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  • Rainey Gade
    If you lift your 4WD, altering your vehicles geometry, then yes you will need adjustable upper control arms. An aftermarket control arm, when designed correctly like SuperPro 4x4 Control arms, will correct alignment and inherent clearance issues that arise when you lift or modify the suspension of your 4WD.
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