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Old 01-26-14, 01:39 PM   #1
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So last summer I changed one of my upper control arm in the front since it was shot (surprised?). I changed it for a jobber one but I got what i paid for. I was wondering if any of you have the megan UCA's and if so is the ball joint changeable? It looks like if it was to get shot I could just change the ball joint instead of the whole Control arm.

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not sure about the Megans but i believe SPC UCA's you can replace just the ball joint if need be..
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