Warning!! factory upper control arms on your Jeep Liberty KJ
Warning!! Do you have the factory Chrysler upper control arms on your Jeep Liberty? I want to notify my customers and owners of the KJ Jeeps (Jeep Liberty) If your Jeep is lifted and has over size tires, You may be at risk of losing a front tire!! In these failures the ball joint separated from the factory Chrysler upper a-arm. Please check your ball joints!! Or up grade your factory Chrysler a-arms to my JBA Liberty upper control arms for the lifted Liberty!! http://jbaoffroad.com/jeep-liberty-kj-upper-a-arms.html I do not want your Jeep, to be the next one I see with the front tire under the Jeep. For peace of mind, Invest in a set of JBA a-arms!! http://jbaoffroad.com/jeep-liberty-kj-upper-a-arms.html Replace the factory Chrysler a-arms before it is too late!! If you already Invested in my JBA upper arms you made a wise choice!! [caption id="attachment_318" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Jeep Liberty upper a-arm ball joint failure.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_319" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Jeep Liberty upper a-arm ball joint failure[/caption] [caption id="attachment_320" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Jeep Liberty UCA ball joint failure[/caption] Get more information on JBA UCAs click this link.
Yes, 1 set of 2 arms is $395.95, assembled and ready to bolt in.
Yes, our lifted a-arms will work best for you.
typically the 2.5" lift does not need extended sway bar links, but each Jeep is a little different.
I need A arms and need to know 2 things
1. Do you ship to South Africa and what is you success rate at that?
2. How much lift is needed for your lifted front a-arms? I currently only run about a 3/8 spacer up front but am working on going higher. (Wish for 4", but probably only 2,5 ")
You can use the lifted if you plan on going up higher. The arms were designed for 1" to 4" of lift.
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In addition to the Control Arms for a lifted 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited with the upper ball joints that you sell, do you also sell heavy duty serviceable (with grease fitting) lower ball joints ?