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    Ryan > Ruben Ryan King's Avatar
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    Adjustable Upper Control Arms

    Has anyone seen anywhere for sale sets of Adjustable Upper Control Arms? I want to say I saw a set *somewhere*. Any input?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan King View Post
    Has anyone seen anywhere for sale sets of Adjustable Upper Control Arms? I want to say I saw a set *somewhere*. Any input?

    https://store.delorean.com/p-7313-co...-assy-upr.aspx
    Josh Bengston at DPI has a set of stainless upper control arms with adjustable upper ball joints.

    https://deloreanindustries.com/delor...tainless-pair/

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    I have a set.

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    you can punch the rivets out of yours and slot the holes with a die grinder if this is what you are after. Save yourself $700. That's not a small amount of money.

    I myself have have had no luck with this style of adjustment for control arms, they are prone to slipping.

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