Originally Posted by nomad
I have set of the new updated upper control arms with the new balljoint. I'm having one hell of a time. The boot on the balljoint keeps popping out from under the snap ring. I dont like the thought of the BJ grease all over the place. If any of you have yours on and have a good photo of them, could you please look to see if your boot is coming off. It's on the inside of the bj. This photo is with no wheel on and no pressure on the suspension at all. As you can see the blue boot is popping out from the snapring in the back.
Hi, guys! Damon's problem was with the BJs. Marlin sent out new ones to him. He stands by his product.
I was one of the two prototype testers for this new UCA. The GY RSA run-flat tires have inner tire wear problems that become magnified after lowering. The factory stuff runs out of adjustability, and in many cases does not allow even stock camber settings to be achieved.
If you desire to lessen inner tire wear by reducing negative camber, there was no option until these new UCAs were produced. They are also much beefier than the stock stuff and the BJ is bolt-in.
With this UCA you can now go to Zero camber if you want! Forget about premature inner tire wear on your lowered rig.