By now we all know that lifting a four-wheel drive with independent front suspension can be complicated. Keeping vital CV joint angles safe, reducing ball-joint stress and physically being able to get a decent wheel alignment afterwards is all part of the puzzle. Well, Fulcrum Suspension in conjunction with SuperPro has recently released its range of upper control arms that claim to fix all of these problems, and more. Australian engineered and manufactured, these arms have been designed to be bulletproof while still looking like they rolled off the showroom floor with the vehicle. While these Lift Align upper control arms allow for reduced ball joint stress, increased clearance between the spring and control arm, castor and camber adjustment and an overall increase in strength, they also allow for greater articulation while four-wheel driving. Currently available for HiLux, FJ Cruiser, Prado and Mitsubishi Triton; with five other models due to be released soon.