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Old 06-27-2016, 02:11 PM
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Front Lower Control Arm Bushing

Does anybody know the direct replacement part # to replace the front lower control arm bushing? I had already called in the dealer and they said they don't sell the bushing separately.
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It's in a real old post I did several years ago. Use the Search box.
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I'd be replacing the entire arm. You do know that if you replace one bushing the other bushing and ball joint will fail shortly after. They all get the same amount of use......
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I'd be replacing the entire arm. You do know that if you replace one bushing the other bushing and ball joint will fail shortly after. They all get the same amount of use......
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They have Mevotech front lower bushings on rock auto, but I would also recommend changing the entire arm.
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Sorry to revive a old thread.
I would like to stick with the forged motorcraft front arms and ball joints. From what Ive seen there is no OEM front arms anywhere with the ball joints already in them. I dont want to go to the trouble of pressing them out of the arms on there to replace the joints as some member said he had trouble getting them out with a 12 ton press. Thanks, truly appreciate your responses.
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Sorry to revive a old thread.
I would like to stick with the forged motorcraft front arms and ball joints. From what Ive seen there is no OEM front arms anywhere with the ball joints already in them. I dont want to go to the trouble of pressing them out of the arms on there to replace the joints as some member said he had trouble getting them out with a 12 ton press. Thanks, truly appreciate your responses.
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Did you check Rock Auto?

http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/m...trol+arm,10401
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Was looking for motor craft and unless Im blind I don't see them.
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These are all alternate part numbers listed:
4W1Z3084, 4W1Z3085LH, 520205, 521141,4W1Z3084, 4W1Z3085LH, 520205, 521141, 6W1Z3085B, 6W1Z3085M, K80040


Correct part #'s are:
(R)UPPER CONTROL ARM - FORD (6W1Z-3084-T)

(L) UPPER CONTROL ARM - FORD (6W1Z-3085-M)

(r)LOWER CONTROL ARM - FORD (6W1Z-3078-AA)

(l)LOWER CONTROL ARM - FORD (6W1Z-3079-AA)
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FORGED???????

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I would like to stick with the forged motorcraft front arms and ball joints. From what Ive seen there is no OEM front arms anywhere with the ball joints already in them. I dont want to go to the trouble of pressing them out of the arms on there to replace the joints as some member said he had trouble getting them out with a 12 ton press. Thanks, truly appreciate your responses.
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From he looks of them, they are die cast, and not forged???

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