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Old 05-17-2012, 12:06 PM
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94 Lightning Radius Arm

The driver Radius arm is rotten and snapped off when trying to change brackets and bushings. they are no longer stocked in any dealers in the country i am told by 2 different dealers that i called. does anyone here know what is different between the lightning radius arms and a standard f150? i can find those all day at a junk yard but everywhere i call dose not have a lightning. any help is appreciated thanks
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The driver Radius arm is rotten and snapped off when trying to change brackets and bushings. they are no longer stocked in any dealers in the country i am told by 2 different dealers that i called. does anyone here know what is different between the lightning radius arms and a standard f150? i can find those all day at a junk yard but everywhere i call dose not have a lightning. any help is appreciated thanks

You can use a standard F-150 2wd one just fine. Your tires may rub at full lock. I've heard the Lightning arms are bent in a little more to clear the tires. I can tell you my stock wheel/tire combo rubs on the radius arms at full lock on my '92 F-150, on my '94 Lightning they do not rub.
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Well im not worried about a lil bit of rubbing because there is already rub marks on the stock one even with the stock size tires that are on it now. thank you for responding so quickly also i was just worried about using a standard one as they show different part numbers at the dealers between the two.
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Try LKQ, they can find ANYTHING.. they even found me lightning clusters.. multiple ones to choose from and i could bargain the prices. GL
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Who or what is LKQ please?
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