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Thread: Lower Control Arm- Measurments & Compatibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by blair View Post
    adjustable is the way ahead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blair View Post
    adjustable is the way ahead.
    now thats a creative idea, a little crude but no doubt effective
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    just pray you dont hit a gutter.....and i hope you have loctite on that bolt cause i dont trust that

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    Thought these images would benefit this thread...

    LCAs - RA28 vs S13 (pics courtesy of jeffro ra28)








    LCAs - AE86, GE Sigma, S13, MX62 (pic courtesy of Hen)

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    i'm about to put my sigma LCA arms in.
    Do i leave the sigma ball joint or do i use the corolla ones

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    lower control arms arms
    use the sigma ball joint, but the taper is differant on the steering arms.take your steering arms to a machine shop to machine the right taper for the sigma b/joint
    and shits safe.

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    With all these control arms. When you replace the bushes do you use the ones for your car or the ones for the model of car the lca is from?? Or are they all the same?? Probably a stupid question..?
    olympic gold keto

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    be safe and use the ones from the car they are originally from.

    i know sigma ones need to be cut down.

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    do the corona ones need to be cut down? anyone?
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    No corona ones do not need to be modified in anyway.

    Straight bolt in, easy job

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