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Old 07-31-2003, 10:18 PM
md21722 md21722 is offline
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Sorry I don't have any pictures. Once the car is securely resting on the jack stands, get under the car and look at the differential. Notice the two bolts that bolt it into the subframe. Follow the axle half shafts out of the differential into back side of the wheel carriers. Notice the lower control arm (below the axle shaft) that connects to the subframe and to the wheel carrier. Then notice the other links that go betweent the subframe and the wheel carrier. The one on top of the axle shaft is the camber strut. The other three are the torque arm (the shortest, widest one), the thrust arm (the longer thinner one) and the tie rod (the one with an eccentric cam bolt at the subframe and a ball joint (rubber boot) at the wheel carrier).

Brian Toscano
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