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just opened my right stuff tubulars and their not bad for the price i honestly recomend them was gonna buy church boys but also found a chevy 12 bolt for 500 and had to jump on it so i had to buy something cheaper and went with right stuff their pretty heavy duty id trust them personally i might replace upper balljoint but other than that their fine by me for those who have been wondering. I looked around for weeks and never found negative or positive feedback so i had to see for myself
Good to know. Do you think they are the same as the KMJunk ones on Ebay?
hoestly they look damn near identical but these guys have some heavy duty material used in them i dont see them being an issue if anything the ball joints are cheap atleast the uppers but they realy surprised me i was comparing them and the kmj ones and i was unsure i wanted them but when i saw them in person they were just fine i dont see anything wrong with them its like anything else like at the grocery store you have the store brand and then theres the name brand its the same thing your just paying more for the name and maybe some slight design diffrence you know?
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