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Old 04-15-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
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Do I have to change the bolt that holds the lower control arm to the frame?

Well the title says it all. Do I have to replace that bolt when I get a new lower control arm? It seems to have lock tight on it.
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Well the title says it all. Do I have to replace that bolt when I get a new lower control arm? It seems to have lock tight on it.
I didn't replace mine, just used Blue locktite on reassembly.
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So these are not stretch bolts?
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