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Detroit Axle - 12PC Front Upper and Lower Control Arms w/Ball Jo

Product description

  • 1x Front Upper Control Arm amp; Ball Joint (Driver) - MS50192
  • 1x Front Upper Control Arm amp; Ball Joint (Passenger) - MS50193
  • 1x Front Lower Control Arm amp; Ball Joint (Driver) - MS50190
  • 1x Front Lower Control Arm amp; Ball Joint (Passenger) - MS50191
  • 1x Front Outer Tie Rod End (Driver) - ES3586
  • 1x Front Outer Tie Rod End (Passenger) - ES3585
  • 2x Front Sway Bar End Link (Driver amp; Passenger) - K80564
  • 2x Front Inner Tie Rod End (Driver amp; Passenger) - EV800332
  • 2x Rack amp; Pinion Tie Rod Boots and Bellows w/Locking C-Clamps

Fitment:

  • 2003-2007 Cadillac CTS (RWD Models w/Soft Ride Suspension; Excluding V Models)

  • Detroit Axle suspension components are manufactured to exceed original equipment standards and provide a better riding vehicle. We are a leading supplier of ride control products to OE vehicle manufacturers Nationwide, that expertise translates to Detroit Axle's OE-quality Aftermarket.

Detroit Axle - 12PC Front Upper and Lower Control Arms w/Ball Jo

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