A-Arm repair

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I've been searching the forum for a senton 3s blx A-Arm repair but coming up short. If anyone has any leads please post.

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I've been searching the forum for a senton 3s blx A-Arm repair but coming up short. If anyone has any leads please post.

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It pretty straight forward. You have to take off the shock where it attached to the A-arm and the bumper. Pull the pin, fit new A-arm, reinsert pin and reassemble.
 
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It pretty straight forward. You have to take off the shock where it attached to the A-arm and the bumper. Pull the pin, fit new A-arm, reinsert pin and reassemble.
I figured just didn't want to screw up anything like lose a small screw etc. It's a rear A arm
 

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Take pictures with your phone as you go.
Ugh... I learned that the hard way when replacing the seals in the HVAC head unit in my grand marquis... so many hoses... so many solenoids. I ended up removing the one from my other grand marquis to take photo's of so I could put the first one back together!

Was still worth the headache, fixing a 'non repairable' $400 item with $3 worth of new o-rings from mcmaster.com.
 

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single serve cups like these work great...ill would do the front of truck in one bowl and back of truck in another, chassis in another, etc etc. now i have all diff screws in random places so its a lost cause.... IMG_2820.jpg
 

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Welcome to the world of rc! Taking them apart will become half the fun, so just take your time. One things for sure, I wouldn't do it on a carpet. Those little screws and washers disappear fast in the shag. Find a nice table, lay an old towel on top, and everything will be visible as you work.
 

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Welcome to the world of rc! Taking them apart will become half the fun, so just take your time. One things for sure, I wouldn't do it on a carpet. Those little screws and washers disappear fast in the shag. Find a nice table, lay an old towel on top, and everything will be visible as you work.

a plastic tray works good too.... also, like Bickety said, take pics....
 
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Welcome to the world of rc! Taking them apart will become half the fun, so just take your time. One things for sure, I wouldn't do it on a carpet. Those little screws and washers disappear fast in the shag. Find a nice table, lay an old towel on top, and everything will be visible as you work.
Sure thing I'm gonna do it on my table thanks
 

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