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mgleason007Jul-05-14 08:54 PM
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#33836, "Picked up some suspension goodies today."


          

I have a love/hate relationship with our pull-your-part. I love going out there and taking things apart. I hate how the bill always ends up being higher than I think it should. I grabbed the rear suspension out of a 3g. Most of the walk-throughs I read say that you need a spacer for the sway bar. It looks like the 3g rear subframe is the same as ours, except it has the spacer for the sway bar already welded up (obviously). I hope that I'm right, or I wasted $40 on the subframe ON HALF OFF DAY! The whole set up was a tick under $100.

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It looks like the bracket that attaches to the knuckle on the upper control arm could use some more beef. I plan on welding it a little better and powder coating it. Mom would have a stroke if I used her oven, so I guess I'll be calling around to get this stuff pc'ed.

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