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Old 04-25-2014, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Anyone running a whiteline upper control arm?

Just received my whiteline upper control arm from American muscle,
It's beefy, I can't wait to put it on and feel the difference.

It says it's adjustable? I see how the bushing is eccentric but I'm not sure of how to adjust it?

Do I install it and leave the bushing loose, then when the weight of the car is on the axle, tighten it up?

This is what's confusing me
Prepare Whiteline Arm and Mount for installation by adjusting pinion angle of eccentric crush tube to desired position. Then tightening the lock nut up against the mount.

Any insight is much appreciated!!!
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Old 04-25-2014, 10:45 AM   #2
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Just received my whiteline upper control arm from American muscle,
It's beefy, I can't wait to put it on and feel the difference.

It says it's adjustable? I see how the bushing is eccentric but I'm not sure of how to adjust it?

Do I install it and leave the bushing loose, then when the weight of the car is on the axle, tighten it up?

This is what's confusing me
Prepare Whiteline Arm and Mount for installation by adjusting pinion angle of eccentric crush tube to desired position. Then tightening the lock nut up against the mount.

Any insight is much appreciated!!!
Yes, you have the right idea. That's exactly how I installed this control arm on my 2011 GT. Whitelines Installation Guide will definitely do the trick for you!

Enjoy your new Upper Control Arm! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future.

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