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Username Post: 55 lower A Arm        (Topic#368360)
Pastor J 
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Posts: 6

Age: 57
Loc: Varnville SC
Reg: 03-06-18
05-06-22 07:23 PM - Post#2840806    

Starting to put parts back together. One of my lower A Arms was damaged in removing the old bushing. When i try to press the new one in it goes almost flush but stops shorts just enough to get a flat head screwdriver under it. I can also pry it out with a screw driver. So is it to lose or will it be ok? i hate to by a A arm if i dont need one.

Pastor James
80 Triumph Spitfire almost finish
1955 Chevy 4d 235, PG middle of frame off
1955 Ford Custom Line waiting
1957 Nash Ambassador waiting
1967 Chevy Van waiting


 


Bad56Sedan 
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Bad56Sedan
Loc: Pasadena, Texas
Reg: 04-29-04
05-07-22 04:15 PM - Post#2840847    
    In response to Pastor J

"I can also pry it out with a screwdriver"
If so, you have an issue.
You need another a-arm.


VC56S 2 door Sedan, 41 Years


 
Pastor J 
Newbie
Posts: 6

Age: 57
Loc: Varnville SC
Reg: 03-06-18
05-19-22 07:45 PM - Post#2841517    
    In response to Bad56Sedan

Thank you, just got another A Arm in to replace the old one

Pastor James
80 Triumph Spitfire almost finish
1955 Chevy 4d 235, PG middle of frame off
1955 Ford Custom Line waiting
1957 Nash Ambassador waiting
1967 Chevy Van waiting


 


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