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How do you know if the radius arm bushings are worn out?

 
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Wow thats an old thread!! 10 years until someone knocked the dust off of it. I woild suggest replacing the bracket thats ovaled out. Once i repaired an ovaled out radius arm bracket on a Nissan by welding on a huge washer with right size hole for the radius arm. Replacement is best though.
 
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Originally Posted by SwOkcOffRoader View Post
Wow thats an old thread!! 10 years until someone knocked the dust off of it. I woild suggest replacing the bracket thats ovaled out. Once i repaired an ovaled out radius arm bracket on a Nissan by welding on a huge washer with right size hole for the radius arm. Replacement is best though.



Lower control arm driver side



You can see the play well hear



How can i repair this if its part of the frame



This set up would not utilize radius arms?
 
 
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