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Rear lower radius rods with Houser Racing's well known maximum ground clearance bend!
Maximum ground clearance offers additional clearance between the lower A-Arm and the ground. This is ideal for helping avoid roots, ruts, rocks and debris. It also helps prevent getting stuck in the mud. The lower is bent in a way to provide more clearance, protecting your A-Arms and shocks from damage.
Engineering the strongest rear radius rods was no easy task. Houser set out to conquer the following goals:
More ground clearance to protect the radius rods from getting bent by passing objects on the ground.
When adding bends to the radius rods still achieve a larger push / pull load than the O.E.M. rods (the O.E.M. rods usually bend because passing objects on the ground, not because of push / pull load).
The ultimate maximum ground clearance (MCG) rear radius rod is here and now available through Houser Racing. Your break down days are over, and you won't ever have to worry about your rear radius rods again.
Lower radius rods have the same length as the O.E.M. radius rods.
Precision laser-cut blanks - allows Houser to align the grain flow direction of the metal with the part to provide superior strength.
Hardened outer edges because of the laser heat - this gives an extra layer of armor.
Precision machines to achieve a lightweight part with a cool look - each piece weighs around 4.8 pounds.
Amazing push / pull strength. The O.E.M. radius rods completely failed around 10,000 pounds of load in the pull direction. Houser Racing radius rods never failed during their testing, but they sheared the factory ones.