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Suzuki Sidekick Sport suspension arm

Hi,
I have a Suzuki Sidekick Sport manufactured late 1996 with 1,8L engine.

I’ve been looking all over for the suspension arm with none replaceable ball joint.

I need both left and right side.
Can you guys help me out or point out who can?

Best regards
I have a Suzuki Sidekick Sport manufactured late 1996 with 1,8L engine.

I’ve been looking all over for the suspension arm with none replaceable ball joint.

I need both left and right side.
Can you help me out or point out who can?

Best regards
V.K. Karlsson

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    vilhjalmur Karlsson Dec 12, 2008

    I'm looking for að dealer worldwide.

    The salvage yard can't help.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    both sides need replacing how do i do it

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You still need a solution? http://www.rocky-road.com/sidekick-tracker-lift.html

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Short of the dealership, go to your local salvage yard and ask them to search for you

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