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Old September 13th, 2017, 22:09
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Re: Replacing upper and lower control arms on a '96 XJ

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Originally Posted by bradleyheathhays View Post
I forgot to mention my rig is all stock.
is there an advantage to using adjustable arms if I'm just going for OE stock replacements?
There is no significant advantage for a stock lift and suspension.
As suggested, change one arm at a time.
I use a come-a-long to pull the axle into position, when aligning the bolt holes.
It's a handy tool for a lot of things.
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