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Lower control arm
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A.E
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Is there same bushes in upper and lower control arm?

mine needs replacement. Patient is 1956 Executive(torsion level suspension)

Posted on: 2021/8/18 3:38
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Re: Lower control arm
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Ross
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They are different. Replacements are not hard to get. Often the lower arm bushings are still good when the uppers need to be changed, but obviously not always.

Changing the uppers will make a big improvement in the ride of the car--as they deteriorate faster, I would change uppers and lower while doing the job.

Posted on: 2021/8/18 6:29
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Re: Lower control arm
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Upper arm bushings are already changed. Replacemet parts was Moog K8202

What is correct replament part to the lower arm?

Posted on: 2021/8/18 14:28
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Re: Lower control arm
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Would anyone have dimensions of the lower control arm bush?

Posted on: 2021/8/20 4:06
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Re: Lower control arm
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I do not have the information you are looking for. Have you tried contacting Dwight?
https://www.packardparts.org/products/ ... torsion-level-suspension/
He might have the information you are seeking.

Posted on: 2021/8/20 11:43
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Re: Lower control arm
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Dwight Heinmuller
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I have a Torsion Level bushing kit that includes all suspension bushings. It is
$435.00 plus $15 shipping. A torsion bar holding tool is needed to remove the a-arms; it is $345. Dwight Heinmuller 410-329-3022 in maryland

Posted on: 2021/9/1 15:38
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