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Svc upper control arms vs icon delta

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Gen1Rapt0r, Oct 5, 2019.

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  1. Gen1Rapt0r

    Gen1Rapt0r Member

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    New guy here,

    Anyone have either these? Worth the uppgrade after putting on some 3.0s? Starting to do some light offroading at glamis/lucerne valley and now go to baja at least twice a year . Torn between the two looking for quality built and functional. The svc looks beefier and offers the 1.5" uniball.

    The icon delta uca is couple hundred dollars more also.

    Thanks!
     
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    I’m happy with SVC, remember to get LCA slot delete and reinforcement kit installed
     
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    I actually have a set I’m gonna be selling. SVC uppers so you can get em at a decent price. I’ve been happy with them but went a new route.
     
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    Does svc offer those parts on their website? If i go svc route do i need to run the delete?
     
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    no but they will source you a set and then it all gets installed at once and your alignment is going to be close to permanent
     
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    slot delete allows upper control arm alignment for any new UCAs
    stock aligns with LCA slots which are prone to move and then require frequent alignments
     

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