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    anyone have info on ra65 arms? I'm looking at getting T3s weld on kit, but I want something a little wider to start off with.

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    ra65 same length as corolla arms

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    ok someone who has the GE arms in a kesev can please answer this..
    did you use the corolla balljoint in the arm or did you get the steering arm machined.?

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    ^ steering arm machined

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    ok so when people here say. 'bolted these in' i'm assuming they all got the steering arm machined as well?

    so its most definately not a bolt in job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenmac80 View Post
    ok so when people here say. 'bolted these in' i'm assuming they all got the steering arm machined as well?

    so its most definately not a bolt in job.
    havent dont mine yet i have ra40 LCA's would like to know also

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    Greenmac - Plenty of people have bolted Corolla steering arms onto Sigma balljoints. Not a great fit, and I don't think I'd do it myself, but can be done and I've never heard of a snapped balljoint from it.

    RA40 balljoints will fit Corolla arms. They use the same balljoints.

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    I ended up doing the t3 weld on kit. Now to figure out my tie rod situation, pretty sketch to go wider than 30mm.

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