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Old 01-29-2017, 04:27 PM   #1
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OK so my upper ball joints on both sides are shot. I was looking at upper control arms and some of them have a fitment note of they fit the forged control arms. Does this mean they do not fit if I have the stamped steel upper control arms? Or does this mean they fit both styles? I'm confused. I would imagine they put that on there so people know they still fit if they have the forged. Seems odd that Dodge would make two different control arms that weren't interchangeable.

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I found the ones I was looking at and a reciew was on a truck identical to mine. Guess they just put that on there to reassure they fit both styles. The review was on steel stamped replacement 4x4 09.
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