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    Posted: 12-May-2019 at 5:03AM
  If any of you have a loose lower control arm, I need to get some dimensions....I am presently un able to crawl under mine at the present to measure anything.
  I have some unidentified lower control arms. What I am needing is the length from the center of the cross shaft bushing to the center of the ball joint for an intermediate frame car....width and over all length would help also.
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If you don't get an answer before the weekend, I should have time on the weekend to take some measurements on mine.
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   If you could do that it would be very much appreciated!Smile
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