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in due time they might, might not though as the factory arms are offset, maybe no one will care to make just arched versions, maybe they cant offset more then those factory arms do. i will add no one makes a arm as strong and reliable as those rear lower oem arms. i prefer reliability
 

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What we need is fronts that have a higher arch and are offset forward like .5"-1" further. Then we can clear 30s for real. I'll be the first ones to buy a set of those when they are available.
 

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It will be interesting to see what comes out for these S models. I would guess they are lower on the priority list for new product development for several reasons. The main thing is just the overall demand for these types of parts....you have a machine that is relatively low volume of sales and a lot of the sales are for people who simply don't care about modifications. Then the factory arms are already offset which is half of the reason why people want new arms, and it seems like most people can run 30's on these stock (with some front preload).
 

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You have a good point I wonder what the production numbers are for standard width vs S model. Now that it has been out for two years or so. At this point for me I’m not as concerned about the tire rub in the front as much as hanging those lower arms up in the rear. I also don’t like how they are constructed at least visually it would be nice to see a one piece version. Off course I’m sure stock they are very strong. As for suspension upgrades it looks like Hester Motorsports and Elka came out with new shocks and are saying they will have quite a bit more travel.
 

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