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post #1 of 16 Old 08-12-2018, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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New UPR foxbody A Arms

Bought brand new, installed them on my sn95 and with the backspace on my new front wheels I need to go back to sn95 a arms. These are part # 2004-03s. Only installed and removed. I took driver side off to get picture and can have other side off same day as they sell. Comes with spacer as it would new. 0 miles on them. Retails for $260. $225 shipped







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Both arms off and ready to ship




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Want these gone $220 shipped


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Something seems a little strange here. I just called UPR and they told me only mild steel arms come in black, but only the Chrome Moly ones have the cross bar. Part number 2004-03 shows to be silver powder coated Chrome Moly. I'm interested, but I want to be sure I know what I'm getting before I buy. Maybe they sent you the wrong parts?

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Something seems a little strange here. I just called UPR and they told me only mild steel arms come in black, but only the Chrome Moly ones have the cross bar. Part number 2004-03 shows to be silver powder coated Chrome Moly. I'm interested, but I want to be sure I know what I'm getting before I buy. Maybe they sent you the wrong parts?

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These are part # 2004-03s. Link below shows exactly what they are. They are powdercoated mild steel. Also picture of invoice from Beefcake who I bought it from showing part #. I do see what you mean about the cross support based off their websites photo

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I see. Maybe they updated the design. Do they come with all of the hardware like pictured in the link you provided?

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I see. Maybe they updated the design. Do they come with all of the hardware like pictured in the link you provided?

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Thatís the only thing I can think of also. I originally had a Sn95 set probably 10 months ago I also bought brand new and even than it had the cross section too. Well those rubber bushings and collars i already have installed along with the spacer youíll need. Iím not sure why they show a new castle nut because both New sets Iíve gotten you use the stock factory one to reinstall


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Just let me know if you want any close up or different angle photos, itís no problem at all


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Where do the rubber bushings and collars go?

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Where do the rubber bushings and collars go?

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They ship the arms completely disassembled. I just installed them with the appropriate grease




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Oh...I thought you meant you installed them on your car with the new parts. So, there's nothing missing then and I just need to reuse my factory castle nuts, correct?

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Oh...I thought you meant you installed them on your car with the new parts. So, there's nothing missing then and I just need to reuse my factory castle nuts, correct?

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They were installed on my car. To make a long story short I had Weld RTS wheels and bought their Sn95 k member kit. The Sn95 a arms pushed the front wheels out a ton so I bought these and sold the Sn95 a arms I had. I sold my RTS wheels and went with a different drag setup with different backspace and now with the 1Ē shorter fox arm itís sucking them in too far and I need to go back to sn95 arms. So they were installed but removed, car doesnít even run yet. I have a build thread in the GT section you can see the car and how much of a freak I am with this thing lol


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Actually let me double check on the castle nut. These do look pretty new


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I just called them, they come with castle nuts. I donít remember that, but regardless Iíll send them with the nuts than


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