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Old 06-17-2009, 09:52 AM   #1  
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I have an upper control arm that I wanna put on today, but I am missing a part. I have the entire UCA, but I'm missing some kind of bolt or something. Does anyone know what I mean or know the part? I heard you can pick it up at any Discount Auto and places like that
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There are no bolts that come with an aftermarket UCA. You use the same bolts that are on the OEM UCA.
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I didn't mean the bolt, there's something else, but thanks. Guess I'll just go to Ford or Advance to see if they know what it is.
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I have an upper control arm that I wanna put on today, but I am missing a part. I have the entire UCA, but I'm missing some kind of bolt or something. Does anyone know what I mean or know the part? I heard you can pick it up at any Discount Auto and places like that
Who's Upper Control Arm is it (brand name)..??? And, Any pics of what you have may help here...!!
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It's a steeda, I think it's just the bushings that I need if that's correct.
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Old 06-20-2009, 12:00 PM   #6  
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It's a steeda, I think it's just the bushings that I need if that's correct.
You need the steeda stepper plates, so you won't have a clunking noise. You can get them off there site for like $10 i think
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You need the steeda stepper plates, so you won't have a clunking noise. You can get them off there site for like $10 i think
Yep... You can buy Steeda's "Stepped Spacers " for their UCA separately for only $ 9.00 .
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