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Old 05-07-2019, 12:43 PM #16
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well these need regreasing every 10-15k miles like the upper control arms?
10-15K?! i've been regreasing every other month to get rid of that damn squeak lol
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IM struggling with whether they are really worth the extra maintenance and short life span with the uniballs. Lots of complaints on the forums of squeaking uniballs, super short life span, and even joint shafts snapping in half
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Does this use the same size uniball that you use in your upper control arms?
It sure does! This uses the same 1" stainless steel uniball
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well these need regreasing every 10-15k miles like the upper control arms?
Grease intervals will vary between applications

Some customers will grease every oil change and others will go over 10-15k miles without greasing again. It really comes down to how much the arms are being used in the dirt vs. the street and if the arms are marking any noise.

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IM struggling with whether they are really worth the extra maintenance and short life span with the uniballs. Lots of complaints on the forums of squeaking uniballs, super short life span, and even joint shafts snapping in half
The lifespan of the uniball will be increased greatly with regular maintenance. Keeping them lubricated and free of debris will give you a much longer lifespan.

Some customers have gone 40-50k+ without replacing the uniballs. Using a quality uniball and quality lubricants will go a long way

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Being able to fit a 3.0 is a big deal to me... i'll take the largest shock diameter I can get.
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IM struggling with whether they are really worth the extra maintenance and short life span with the uniballs. Lots of complaints on the forums of squeaking uniballs, super short life span, and even joint shafts snapping in half
Check these out if you live in an area that is hard on uniballs.

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Being able to fit a 3.0 is a big deal to me... i'll take the largest shock diameter I can get.
What shocks are available for the 5th gen 4R in that diameter?
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What shocks are available for the 5th gen 4R in that diameter?
I know Kings came out with a 3.0 for the Tundra and Tacoma
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@TOTAL CHAOS do you have a recommended online dealer outside of California. I want to try to avoid that ~9.75% sales tax
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@TOTAL CHAOS do you have a recommended online dealer outside of California. I want to try to avoid that ~9.75% sales tax
I'm ready for these suckers.
SDHQ (in arizona) prolly will.
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When you say these are KDSS compatible does that mean the LCA has mounts for the sway bar bracket?
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What shocks are available for the 5th gen 4R in that diameter?
King is pumping out 3.0s for a lot of vehicles. We just put a set on our GX470
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@TOTAL CHAOS do you have a recommended online dealer outside of California. I want to try to avoid that ~9.75% sales tax
I'm ready for these suckers.
We don't have a list of what dealers have these on their site right now. Metal Tech 4x4 is a dealer of ours in Oregon. Give them a ring if the arms aren't listed online

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