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So I see there are now rear offset arms (2020+) on their website. I called today and was told to expect to see front offset arms for the 2020+ models very soon. Both I believe are 1.5" offsets. The 3" of additional wheelbase and improved approach/departure angles would be nice.
 

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Man, that's awesome, I definitely wouldn't mind a little more wheelbase out of the X4. I assume they are not "high clearance"?
 

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I called also but they didn’t have any information to offer about the fronts. Thanks for posting your findings, definitely in on that upgrade—-description says can fit up to 35’s!!? With that upgrade and upgraded shocks It would put the Rmax thoughts to rest——maybe
 
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I called also but they didn’t have any information to offer about the fronts. Thanks for posting your findings, definitely in on that upgrade—-description says can fit up to 35’s!!? With that upgrade and upgraded shocks It would put the Rmax thoughts to rest——maybe
And you'll likely still have a significantly tighter turning radius. I'm expecting some loss with the high clearance forward/rearward set arms but shouldn't be near the 4' difference between the 2 now.
 

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The front update should be coming soon for the 2020+. I'm pretty sure it was just bushings, hardware, and pivot blocks. Should have been ready long ago, but it was delayed over and over to keep up with current stuff. I don't have an exact date, but should be very very soon.
 

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Thanks for the update. Any information available from testing on how much turning radius is reduced? Looks like a set installed on the x2 on your website.
 

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Does anyone know if this adds any width at all? I'd prefer to keep my width exactly where it is now.
 

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Does anyone know if this adds any width at all? I'd prefer to keep my width exactly where it is now.
No width will stay the same or you would be needing new axles with it. Just adds 1.5 " to wheel base
 
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The front update should be coming soon for the 2020+. I'm pretty sure it was just bushings, hardware, and pivot blocks. Should have been ready long ago, but it was delayed over and over to keep up with current stuff. I don't have an exact date, but should be very very soon.
Any word for Rmax4 rear arms? It needs them bad.
 
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Does anyone know if this adds any width at all? I'd prefer to keep my width exactly where it is now.
My arms should be to me by Tuesday. I can let you know then for sure but I don’t think they would be any wider with using stock length axles
 
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My rear arms arrived today, dang they are beefy!!! Incredibly fast shipping, can’t wait to get them on. Definitely appear to be same length as stock.
 
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Installed the Satv offset arms today, perfect fit and finish. I picked up the full 1.5” that is advertised between tire and frame as well as incredible amount clearance underneath. Can’t wait for the fronts to be in stock!!
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The wheel looks centered properly now in the wheel well like it should be 👍
 

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The wheel looks centered properly now in the wheel well like it should be 👍
Agreed, looks much better centered. Axle really seems to be at the same angle also so shouldn’t be an issue with long term durability
 
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The wheels not being centered on the 18&19’s drive me crazy what were the designers thinks?
 
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