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im wondering if my caster would be correct if i run early bronco radius arms mounted in the extended superlift radius arm mounts, 5.5" wild horse coils, and with 7 degree c bushings? any info would be great.
 



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...The biggest I've seen were 4* fully adjustable bushing's...:dunno:

...Just do it and tell us how it worked out...:D
 






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im wondering if my caster would be correct if i run early bronco radius arms mounted in the extended superlift radius arm mounts, 5.5" wild horse coils, and with 7 degree c bushings? any info would be great.

That's what I'm running, except I have the Skyjacker extended arms mount. Should be the same.

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I doubt it since it's a new item on their website...looks like a nice piece though.
The problem with using that mount is that the drivers side of pre-98 Rangers and first gen Ex's have that funky steering box bulge as you well know so there's no square and solid place to weld it to where you need it. Probably better off creating your own mount.
 






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