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NEED BOLTS AND NUTS FOR LOWER CONTROL ARM

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NEED BOLTS AND NUTS FOR LOWER CONTROL ARM

Postby Adam454ss » Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:34 pm

Hey guys
I need 2 bolts with nuts for my nubira. I need the front bolt with nut and pinch point bolt with nut for my lower control arm. I tried searching the web but had no luck. I could use some help finding these items please. Any help will be appreciated. :D
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Re: NEED BOLTS AND NUTS FOR LOWER CONTROL ARM

Postby Daniel » Wed Aug 08, 2012 11:09 pm

I think you need parts #4 #5 #12 #13.
Note that the diameter of the pinch bolt is 11mm on the smooth part that blocks the balljoint and M10 on the threaded portion.
IMHO the best place to get those cheap parts is dealer or scrap yard. Dimensions and tensile strength are primordial here.

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Re: NEED BOLTS AND NUTS FOR LOWER CONTROL ARM

Postby Adam454ss » Sun Aug 12, 2012 12:02 am

Thank-you for the diagram it helped me alot. I had to order them through Daewoo North America. The closest place was 100 miles away. The total for the parts was $2.45 but it cost an additional $10.50 to ship via snail mail at 4 to 10 days. LOL
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Re: NEED BOLTS AND NUTS FOR LOWER CONTROL ARM

Postby Puddle31 » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:03 pm

wow, i am surprised you got someone to asnwer the phone at Daewoo North america! a few years ago i got some stuff there but ever since their web stie has been intermittent and usually down and no one EVER answered the phone. glad you got your part
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