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Old 07-30-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
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Whiteline UCA w/either OE or Poly Carrier Bushing

Brand new never used Whiteline Upper Control Arm w/bracket and your choice of either EC poly carrier bushing already installed in a new OE shell or an OE GT500 carrier bushing. Also included are new OE bolts for putting the new bracket in.
Picture #1 shows the UCA with EC poly carrier bushing installed in the UCA. Picture #2 shows the front side with OE part number of the GT500 carrier bushing and #3 shows the back side of the carrier bushing. Picture #4 shows the two OE bolts.
Also....this UCA was purchased from Summit in February of 2014. The Part #KTA-141A which is the revised part. The older part without gussets was Part #KTA-141.
This part is the same as I have on my 14 Mustang and along with the poly carrier bushing totally transformed the car. I've had it on my car for over 2000 miles.
$200 and I'll cover the freight.
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Old 07-30-2015, 12:50 PM   #2
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With the Whiteline UCA, you should include a manufacturing date or purchase date if you know it. There was a MASSIVE recall on these things a year or two ago and if this is a first run UCA it should not be re-sold to anyone.
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With the Whiteline UCA, you should include a manufacturing date or purchase date if you know it. There was a MASSIVE recall on these things a year or two ago and if this is a first run UCA it should not be re-sold to anyone.
Thanks, I'll do that.
It was almost 2 years ago and the UCA didn't have the gussets/re-enforced arm, this one was made early 14 and is the revised part.
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If it is a first run unit, I would get Whiteline to replace it and THEN try to sell the new one. Or they might straight up refund the money if you have a bad one.
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If it is a first run unit, I would get Whiteline to replace it and THEN try to sell the new one. Or they might straight up refund the money if you have a bad one.
Thanks Scotty.........no it's not a first run piece as those part numbers were KTA-141 and the new revised piece is a KTA-141-A. The gussets and the extra bracing on the arm were added in the A series.
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Oh, I thought you were saying YOURS did not have the gussets or reinforced arm... sorry.

Ok this piece is good to go then.
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Does this UCA have adjustable cam for lowered cars?
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Does this UCA have adjustable cam for lowered cars?
Yes, all of Whitelines UCA's have the adjustment for moving the pinion angle either positive and negative with the exception of the newest arm that comes without the bracket............although that is more for racing as it's a metal rod end rather than a poly bushing.
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