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Old 06-25-2010, 11:11 AM   #1
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Is there a how to on the forum, or can anyone offer some insight on whats involved in replacing the control arms.
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It'* pretty straight forward.

Unbolt the sway from the control arm
Pop the balljoint out of the knuckle
Unbolt the control arm from the frame
Reverse procedure with new control arm
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Does the new control arm come with bushings then you may need to press in new ones.
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Does the new control arm come with bushings then you may need to press in new ones.
Yeah they do. is that something i could do myself?
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Also Im pretty clear on what i need for the rear air shocks. But i was also plannin on changin the springs while i was down there. Anything i need to know for doing that?
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