i am pretty sure the adub billet a-arms were out before the TCB ones. I could be wrong. The guy that used to build swift sand cars made them for adub. They sure looked bad ass.. but aluminum a-arms on a rhino with 1/2" hiems are a little scary for hardcore rhino runnning. I know Tatum uses billet a-arms on thier black widows that do 100mph, but they are mounted to the chassis a totally different way.
I think they are fine for just tooling around, but i would be afraid to take a hard landing from a big jump with them. imo.
im pretty sure adubs arms were cnc'd by gear one. i dont know whose they used to copy from. (from what i here)the guys father in law owns a big trucking company(swift maybe). he bought another buisiness and told him he was going to work for him and quit the "adub".
i also thought he had a huge contract with gear one, for like 25 sets of billit arms a month. i dont know the time frame, but i guess i could make a phone call or two if nobody knows.
Crwcompact if your friend was a billet kit i would go with TCB. To me the Adub arms look easy to break and if he is going out of business that just don't sound like a good idea. not saying their products are bad or anything. Might just end up being a huge problem down the road...TCB will take care of any problems you have with there kit. Which there has never been a single problem "knock on wood".
i'm not going to sit here and try to sell you guys on TCB products, just my 2 pennys.
if you wanna know anything about TCB products pm me and i'll answer any question to the best i can
I have no clue what he is doing...he didn't show up last night for poker. I know he was thinking of working some deal out, so it would be cheaper. TCB is a nice kit, a buddy Bruce has it on his Rhino...then again he is a baller and can drop 9k.
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