We are now proud to offer Long Travel A-Arms.
With these A Arms you must run a longer after-market shock. They are most
suitable for the top class racers. They come complete with Camber/Caster
adjustment 4130 chromoly, tig welded upper & lower arms, ball joints, tie rods,
bushings and powder coated. Basically everything you need is included, we can
even help you order the shocks (not included).
4130 Chromoly A-Arms|
Available in +1, +2 and +3 lengths*
- 4130 Chomoly Construction
- Self Lubricating Bushings
- "Free Movement" Ball Joints
- Gusseted Shock Mounts
- Chromoly Tie-Rods
- Agressive Preset Caster
- Adjustable Camber
Check out our NEW Needle Bearing/Bushing kits!!
To set the caster is the fastest and easiest in the industry. The top arms
have "caster shims". Simply remove the top A arm bolt (or 2 bolts for non
Yamaha) and relocate the shims and shift the arm forward or back. The whole
process takes 5 to 10 minutes, and adjusting the caster does not affect your
camber settings. Most of our competition uses heims on the frame end of the
top A arms to adjust caster. Using this method is extremely time consuming and
difficult to do, not to mention that your camber settings will change in the
process. Getting both sides of your quad to have equal settings is nearly
impossible without specialized gages and tons of experience. We have taken the
guess work out of the front end and made it easy for you!
On our to A Arms, the ball joint slides through the end of the arm, with a jam
nut on the outside and lock nut on the inside. Camber adjustment is done by
simply loosening one nut and tightening the other. Most of our competition
threads the top ball joint into the arm, so adjusting the camber would require
"breaking" the ball joint loose from the spindle then turning the ball joint...
not very fast or easy. For those of you who are worried about the jam nut on
our set up, simply use a little Locktite.