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  • [Wanted] Right hand suspension arm

    I need a right hand lower suspension arm, the L-shaped on that holds the ball joint. It is for a 1985 1.3 Maestro though they may all be the same. If anyone is breaking up a car or has one to spare I would be keen to know.

    thanks - Nick

  • #2
    In case it helps, the arm itself is not handed. It is the fitting of the balljoint that dictates which side it is. Therefore, you could use a lefthand lower arm, if you change the ball joint, or even if you just turned the ball joint over.

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    • #3
      Thank you, that would help if they are the same. The ball joints are different though, mine have an R and and L for the appropriate side on the castings. Ball joints are not a problem, seem to be loads about.

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      • #4
        Good point, the ball joints are different!

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        • #5
          Hi Nick, i have left and right front suspension arms from a 1993 montego estate that i scrapped a while since if that is any interest to you, thanks dennis.

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          • #6
            Dennis,
            Thank you and yes please. I will send you a PM

            Nick

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