Impala control arms

Drunkcanuk

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It's definitely a common issue. But if this was a common solution, it would be common knowledge. I'm sooooo interested in seeing where this goes!! Lol
Yep, good theory…I’ve only dropped the front by 3” and with 245/45R20, I have tire scrub….this has to be a common issue and has to be a good solution
 

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Yep, good theory…I’ve only dropped the front by 3” and with 245/45R20, I have tire scrub….this has to be a common issue and has to be a good solution
Bad wheel choice, if you're not stuck to them, I'd choose something more suited to a lowered application. I don't have any info on running the arms you're asking about, but if they work, could help.. any link to the info you did find so we can check it out?

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Only mentioned here in another thread but zero reference…this week I’m gonna order a pair and compare…

Which "Impala"... the 91-96 B-body? If so, were those on the B-body station wagons and / or Cadillac Fleetwood (built on the D-body but which I think shared components with the Roadmasters, ImpalaSS, Old Custom Cruisers) any sturdier?

(edit) Jeez, I just checked RockAuto and I see the replacement LCAs were used as far back as 1977 and up through 1996. Whether any of the OE parts were any sturdier on certain models, I can't surmise.
 
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