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No, you have to buy the control arm to frame bolts separately. It comes with the ball joint and bushings installed and also has the castle nut for the ball joint.
Answered by Jason M. from St adolphe | Comment 0 0
There are a couple ways to go about that. The SN95 spindle is thinner than a fox spindle, so the existing ball joints are not threaded far enough to simply bolt on and go. Folks will either swap to SN95 ball joints that are threaded far enough, or they will use a stack of washers or fab up a spacer to fill the void. We recommend swapping to SN95 ball joints.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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