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    Synergy Control Arms

    Anyone using them? I like the maintenance free factor. Thinking about swapping out my EVO arms and going with the full Synergy setup from steering, control arms, and track bars. Interested to hear how they hold up and if they are squeaky or noisy.


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    I am love them lil pricey but so easy to adjust for alignments well built


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklynmonster730 View Post
    I am love them lil pricey but so easy to adjust for alignments well built


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    Slow speed do you notice any annoying noises or squeaks? How many miles have you put on them?


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    Nahh bout 10,000


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklynmonster730 View Post
    Nahh bout 10,000


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    Good to know. My EVOs have been good but they are pretty noisy and difficult to grease.


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    I have the Synergy lower fronts on my JK.Zero issues or noise or maintenance.Also you know they are strong because i lost a front bolt on a washboard road and pogoed off the control arm with zero damage.Lifted the front end of the Jeep off the ground at speed and did not bend the control arm.Id say they are stout!

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    I had them on my JKR. The were quiet and built well. I would use them again.
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    Iím interested in that type of setup. Keep us posted and show some pics when you can


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    Thanks for feedback. Plan on ordering tomorrow.


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    Wonder how they compare to EVOs....I was planning on running the 3.5" full enforcer with kings, and some convince me that EVO arms are as solid as it gets, and others say they are noisy. If I have to choose, I prefer extra beef, since noise wont strand you out on the trail, so if anyone has any insight (I realize Im asking about arms that arent even out yet) as to the strength of EVO vs everyone else, I'd love to hear it. From *looking* online, evo arms seem almost double the thickness of almost every arm out there.

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