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#1 Old 05-02-2007, 07:03 AM
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New Stuff From PRG

Here's a sampling of a few of the products we have available now, but that aren't on our website. Please call for more info on these items.
First is our new upper a-arm. These are chromoly and use FK and Auroa heims and uniballs. The inner spacers are stainless. We will preassembly and adjust them so you can just bolt them in when they arrive. No grinding or fit issues at all. They are designed to be able to compensate for any permanent frame deflection from hard driving with the inner heim adjustment also. They are powedercoated gloss black and will sell for $599 shipped.

Next we have the new Bilstein Titan replacement shocks. We will be selling the shocks for $89ea free shipping. But you can find better pricing from internet based companies. What we do offer is to assembly them for you for a fee and charge a core fee on your old struts (for the springs). This will allow you to replace your factory strut assembly in about 15 minutes vs breaking down the strut with a spring compressor and reassembling them. Price for the assembled Bilsteins is $119 (free shipping) and a $25 core charge to be returned to you upon us receiving your old shocks. we have these assembled and ready to ship.

Finally we have a new Sway-a-way coilover for the bracket-lifted trucks (CST, Fabtech, Procomp, Rancho). These will replace the coilovers on your stage 2 kit or the stock strut and the big coilspacer on lifted trucks. These run our own valving and are offered in a 2 or 4wd spring configuration. We will also offer a red or black Eibach spring. Pricing on these is $999 pr, free shipping.

I will have pics of these products on trucks in the next day or so.
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Greg, I don't know if you'll read these responses, but do you have a replacement lower arm that utiilizes heim joints and uniball? Seems these stock lower links are not holding up too well........ beat bushings.

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That is something im looking into. The other option is delrin spacers that take up the slack from the rubber bushings getting soft. That is somthing I have done on a lot of Titans with great results. uniball lower arms would get expensive quickly. Our new midtravel arms use delrin and its great for this application.
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Greg, Thanks for all your help last week. I
placed my order on 04/30/07. Your new products
look great by the way!
Tommy in NC

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MMmmm, mmmmm!

Those A-Arms look damned good!!!



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MMmmm, mmmmm!

Those A-Arms look damned good!!!

You got that right! No bucket banging with those.

2006 Titan SE CC 4X4 with the Big Tow,Buffalo S/S Nerfbars,Camber Bolts,
AVS Ventshades,Extang Trifecta Tonno, SS Flame
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single in / two out. OEM Fog Light Kit, ActiveTuning, AirLift Ride Control
PRG 2 1/2" mini lift and TC UCA's ready to
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Schwing!! Those arms are sweet, and those shocks would compliment my truck nicely. Too bad the tax return wasn't a bit more.


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Originally Posted by PrerunnerGreg
That is something im looking into. The other option is delrin spacers that take up the slack from the rubber bushings getting soft. That is somthing I have done on a lot of Titans with great results. uniball lower arms would get expensive quickly. Our new midtravel arms use delrin and its great for this application.
Do you have these spacers available for our stock upper and lower arms?

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Hey Greg. Have you actually gotten a chance to ride on the new Bilsteins? If so what do you think of them. How much better than stock are they and how much worse than a good set of coilovers are they?

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Hey Greg. Have you actually gotten a chance to ride on the new Bilsteins? If so what do you think of them. How much better than stock are they and how much worse than a good set of coilovers are they?
Good question. Might be my alternative to the more expensive c/o's.


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