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Old 04-12-2008, 11:33 PM   #1
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hey guys im going to be picking up a bj4 non worlds. and i have some ?'s like arms do the b4 arms work front and rear. and also what all parts are ae parts. i just have to find out what parts i will need to order. i hate not having parts on hand. also how much better is the worlds over the non worlds. thanks
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The standard kit is B4 arms. I would suggest getting the upgrade from JConcepts for a new bulkhead, and heavy duty arms. I can look up a part number for you, or just go to JConcepts.net. The rear arms are fine. There needs to be a little bit of work done to the right rear, so it doesn't drag on the diff housing. The PLUS of that kit is that you can use stick packs from other cars (T4 or Touring cars, or what ever). The Worlds car just has more weight on the rear with the saddle packs. The Original is still a very good car. And handles well. JConcepts still supports that car, so no problem with parts. Really, just A arms in about all you will need. The drive train is tough.
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hey guys im going to be picking up a bj4 non worlds. and i have some ?'s like arms do the b4 arms work front and rear. and also what all parts are ae parts. i just have to find out what parts i will need to order. i hate not having parts on hand. also how much better is the worlds over the non worlds. thanks
B4 arms do work on the rear, but the need to be dremel'd down to clear the tranny cases, and drilled for the swaybar mount hole. I would reccomend getting a couple sets of our machined arms...just to save some work. #1048 is the Heavy Duty Front Arm kit that J_P mentioned, its well worth expense. As far as other upgrades, I would look into the 10 degree steering rack and bellcranks, along with a rear swaybar and the direct shaft kit.
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