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pic of the 3 UCA options (WD21)

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Here are a couple of shots of the UCA options that are/were available for WD21 Pathfinders:

 

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Top is AC, RC, Stock and then Rancho at bottom

 

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Top is AC, bottom is RC, Rancho and stock

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man the rancho spindle is BEEFY!

was that meant for fixed camber or would washers go under the ends after the shims were installed?

heres calmini so we have more of them together.

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the rancho one allows for camber adjustment too, although only to a certain extent I think, as the spindle braces have only so much play.

YEAH they are beefy. Heavy too, especially trying to bolt them to the frame after a long day working on the car. Had to cut back a bit of the brake line bracket to mount them too they are so wide.

 

haha, i totally forgot about calmini...oops.

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As a note, for those who don't know The "RC" (Rough Country) arms above are the same as "SL" (SuperLift) arms, with the exception of the color. RC's are Powder Coated in a rough dark gre/black texture, while SL's are Nickel Plated and smooth, but SuperLift makes both of them :aok:

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I don't like the design of the AC ones; the way the tube stops @ a gusset for the BJ instead of running all the way to the end and doing away with the gusset.

I think the SLR UCA's used to look like that too?

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Who sells the Rancho. Want Calmini but heard they don't like to ship products

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