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Old 03-06-2006, 11:50 AM   #41
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I did notice that too (The big chunk) but im thinking the crack could have caused the entire failure of the control arm. Almost looks like some metal was peeled upwards where the appearance of the crack is. Either way its a bum deal.
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Spank you very much, sir. I'd appreciate it. I'm trying to figure out some performance/polyurethane options for us.

witch bushings and other things did you want? the control arm ones???

and or the spring cups..?
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I did have to torch the nut on the front bolt to get it loose, i smelled some burning rubber, so I don't know what kinda shape the front bushings are in. It was a MAPP torch, suckers get pretty hot...
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all back together and fixed...

car rides bette now that my wheel isn't falling off
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