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Author Topic:   front control arm issues on a metric.
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 94
posted October 22, 2004 10:45 AM  
does anyone know the exact measurement for what the length of a stock upper control are is for a metric car? and is there a supplier out there that makes ones that are 1" shorter on the right and 1" longer on the left?

could anyone give me an idea on a good type of control arms that i could use that has worked for them. I am meaning a brand and sizes. Also ones that are easy to find used if possible.

I also have had people tell me that i should lower the right side mount and angle it forward about 5 is this true or would it really help.

Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 158
posted October 22, 2004 09:24 PM  
I'm assuming that you are looking for something that looks stock. The camber changes you're looking for are most commonly obtained by using an older (late 60's - early 70's) nova left front lower on the right front and an offset upper conrol arm shaft on the left front. Moog makes the offset shaft, I got mine through rockauto.


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