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Old 08-21-2013, 01:01 PM   #1
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Do you need to apply thred locker to the control arm bolt when puting on springs
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Do you need to apply thred locker to the control arm bolt when puting on springs
I didn't when I changed my rear
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Do you need to apply thred locker to the control arm bolt when puting on springs
It wouldn't hurt, just make sure you get the right kind. Red would be too strong so you might want the blue lock tight
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They use lock nuts already
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They use lock nuts already
This is true , when replacing the control arms it's a good idea to replace the hardware, if anything the locknut for sure, there is no need for thread locker
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This is true , when replacing the control arms it's a good idea to replace the hardware, if anything the locknut for sure, there is no need for thread locker
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