03-13 3rd / 4th Gen Ram Adjustable Replacement Control Arms


Upper and Lower Heavy Duty replacement and extended length control arms for you 3rd gen or early 4th gen 4 wheel drive truck. Available in single or double adjustable. Stock length allows for very little adjustment to be shorter so that they can extend and will work well to add tire clearance at the back of the fender opening or extend your arms to make up for a lift or leveling kit. Single adjustable will easily go to +3/4” or even more, double adjustable can double free flex and also adjust up to +1.5” and beyond. The real advantage of the double adjustable is ease of adjustment over the singles, which require at least one end being removed for each adjustment. However with a bushing in the system the single adjustable are a better choice for a street driven truck. Otherwise the double will adjust with just turning the tube. But, you probably will only adjust them in one session and then forget about it. Lowers .250 wall 2” DOM and uppers and .120 wall 1.75 DOM tubing.  Available raw, or black wrinkle powder. 

You need  (click here caster eliminator plates ) to do away with the original caster slots in the front axle. 

NOTE: Your mounting points no doubt have been squashed tight from over tightening and will need opened back up to factory width so you don’t struggle installing your new control arms. This is most easily done with a bolt with the head inside the bracket and pair of nuts / washers to use as a press to push the brackets to their original wide shape. 

we often get the question, are these greaseable? 

   The bushed dom end can have a grease zerk, although I don’t recommend it. Grease on assembly is more than enough. 
   Any application with a heim (our typical single or double adjustable) is not greasable and does not need to be. We just recommend grease on all parts on assembly and occasional spray of a penetrating lubricant. 
    We do have an option on a joint that is greasable and rebuildable if desired. We would have to do a little machining to work with certain application, but it could work. I personally see no advantages to this route. 

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