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I replaced that arm with the CK version. The quality difference was obvious. Even installing it was less of a hassle than the RK. I just going to go ahead and replace the right side while I'm at it.
 

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The other arm is supposed to be delivered today. My intention was to use the adjustable links, but I'll check my moogs later on today if I get a chance.

The more I think about it, something tells me its the position of the bracket on the KYB struts. On the stock struts, I never had to remove the links to pop the ball joint into the knuckle. Now I do. I can't be the only one that's had this issue.
 

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Curious if the new control arms fix the problem with the sway bar links.
Got the new arms in and they're still hitting but not as much it appears. I know they're not likely to hit while driving unless for some weird random situation i get fully extended. Things like this drive me crazy. I like to know why something is the way it is. I'm almost tempted to get new struts 🤣 🤣 🤣 I'm just stock with very common aftermarket parts.

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I might contact Moog and see what they have shorter. Another 1/4 inch and I'd be happy. I really don't want to use these $150 adjustable links on my desk if I don't have to.
 
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