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Don't bother.If the lower control arm is cracked, it is a fair bet that the strut is bent. Even if the strut is not bent, you should have the alignment checked. The force of impact on this area to crack the arm can def be connected to other areas of extreme concern.

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Sorry...thats your only choice...but check with a 4X4 dealership parts counter.
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well considering the control arms are only $110 each yea they are taking advantage of you

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