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    Bent upper control arms

    Has anyone replaced uca on 300 srt. Neil bent them at Collingrove Hillclimb .We had some SPC adjustable control arms shipped to Australia but have not fitted them yet all of your opinions are welcome good or bad.Put 275/40/20 on all round now for more grip check out Hill climb on youtube tight track for big car.



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    Easy to replace about 45min per side. Unbolting the PCM makes the job easier on the passenger side (if first gen 300). Just make sure suspension is loaded before torqueing to spec. With SPC arms, you may have to trim fender liner a tiny amount to clear the arm. Old arms used to be side specific (no trimming required) - new arms are not (again for first gen Lx's).

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    Thanks for your reply, thought there might be more to it than just replacing uca's .the liners are not very good already put holes in rears from burnouts might glass them arfter fitting SPC arms

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    I was referring to front UCA's.

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