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except those are small and weak.

ballistic makes some big ones.

http://www.ballisticfabrication.com/...d_p_1626.html#

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I would not say "small and weak"....maybe smaller and weaker, but JJ are nothing to scoff at and probably overkill for a lot of people's apps and uses.
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Though I REALLY like how they put them together with the setscrew...the JJs are a PITA to rebuild, unless you have the Currie exclusive tool. If I ever replace my joints are need new ones they will be ballisitc fabs

See the 2.63" joints are CHEAP right now too....38 bucks each!
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These wouldn't happen to work would they?

http://southjersey.craigslist.org/pts/1003280385.html
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eh that is a TTB front end coils. I doubt they will work.
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hmm 60ish per joint and 20 per mount... 200 for the set up... hmmmmm i'm also getting a spare set of radius arms.. hmmmm MIGHT be tryin something after i get in a new house.... well if i'm not totally broke then..

forged joint Would these not be a better option? The have adjustments to were you can take out the slack that may develop plus cheaper? just wondering
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eh that is a TTB front end coils. I doubt they will work.
They could work. An adapter would have to be made. I could have one made but I don't think it will be worth my trouble. I will just stick with the ones listed on the first page.
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TTB coils will be WAY to stiff to use.
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Well that gives me assurance that it is better to go with the other coils.
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HI! IF you need any help rebuilding the axle send me a pm i could give you a hand can wait to see this rig rolling through MT holly
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