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02-02-2003 06:21 PM
CARGUY i think it comes with a gusset that will have to be welded on where the lower control arm bolts up

[ February 03, 2003: Message edited by: CARGUY ]</p>
02-02-2003 06:17 PM
kiaserknife correct me if I'm wrong, but I belive you can just buy the wider tubular control arms to replace you narrow one, and then get rid of the strut.
02-02-2003 06:15 PM
Changing to lower control a arms for Must II

My '34 Chevrolet has an Outlaw Stage III frame and Mustang II front end. It has the stock appearing lower control arms (narrow mount) and strut rods.

What modifications do I have to do to change to the other type of lower control A-arms. (Wide mount)?

Which type of arm is preferred?


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