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    Evo Lower Control Arms

    I'm moving up to a long arm kit, so I am selling my Evo Enforcer LCAs. Been wheeled a couple of times in the SoCal desert/dunes.

    Purchased last year, and in excellent shape.

    $150 - Local Pickup in San Diego.

    Make an offer!

    doublewestern@gmail.com

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    What is your main reason for switching to long arms? Please post the differences you experience after your install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheViking View Post
    What is your main reason for switching to long arms? Please post the differences you experience after your install.

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    I like to bomb through the desert more than rock crawl. Between that and all of the crappy urban roads I drive on, I'm hoping on-road comfort increases (which it should).

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    I'll take some pics once they are off next week. As far as I can tell, they are immaculate.

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    Bump - $300 takes them.

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    Did these sell?

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    No, still for sale.

    I can get some pictures tomorrow once I pick up my rig from the shop.

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    Just added some pics, a little dirty but in great shape.

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    $150 if someone local can pick them up.

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    Any idea how much to Ship them to MA?
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