I decide to install the suspension first so the shell would roll. In went the subframe, then I tried to figure out how to bolt it in place. It took forever for figure out that clicking on the tool box latches didn’t work and the F opened the box. Then more frustration before figuring out how to switch to “tool mode” (2 key), then more frustration waving various wrench sizes at it until I found the right one. Slowly I added the left lower control arm, spindle, strut, steering rack and left tie rod. During all this the fly noises were driving me nuts, and adding to my frustration.
Maserati Quattroporte, LH, Left Front Lower Control Arm, Bad Bushing, P/N 212769
Maserati Part # : 212769 Superseded #’s : N/A
This is an auction for a Maserati Quattroporte, LH, Left Front Lower Control Arm, Bad Bushing, P/N 212769. This part is used but does have a bad bushing. We currently have several fresh Maserati Quattroporte’s that we are parting out. If you need anything else please contact us and we can create a buy it now auction for you. If you have any questions please feel free to call us or send a message.
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Ferrari 360, LH, Left Rear Lower Control Arm, Used
Ferrari Part # : 200942 Superceded #’s : n/a
This is an auction for a Ferrari 360, LH rear lower control arm. This arm will come with the bushing and the 2 flambloc, part #184609. This part is used but still in good working condition. We currently have several fresh 360’s that we are parting out. If you need anything else please contact us and we can create a buy it now auction for you. If you have any questions please feel free to call us or send a message.
|11-04-2012, 07:47 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Bent lower control arm BRACKET
Just recently purchased a 99 Jeep Wrangler, the left front lower control arm and bracket are both bent. I'm going to replace both brackets and control arms, my question. Can this be done without dropping the front axle assembly?