North American Turbocoupe Organization

A Arms
RDOG Offline
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I was thinking of putting new A Arms on my 86 TC. I have lowering springs that I am going to install, but I figured while I'm in there I should replace the A arms because the TC needs ball joints and pressing new ball joints and buying them will almost cost me the same amount of money. Plus added down time.

Will these works... 0.l1116
1986 Turbo Coupe. Boport StageIII head, Boport 2.1, Performance Techniques 50 trim hybird, StageII.63, stinger 3" exhaust, Phenolic spacer, Boglog header,NPR FMIC intercooler setup, kirban fpr, bigrmotorsports fuel rail, diablo water meth kit, CAI, remote mount TFI, CHE rear adj control arms, MAC girdle, 8.8 rear disc, aluminum drive shaft, H&R lowerings springs Tbird Turbo Specific, y MAS!!

vinnietbird Offline
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I'm using SN-95 Mustang A-frames and also front and rear springs from the SN-95 Stang.Lowered the car about 2 inches all around,great ride quality,and a direct swap.I used T-Bird ball joints due to the fact that the Stang's ball joints are different.An alignment was mandatory though,as it should be after any extensive front end work.
1988 Thunderbird. No details will be given or spoken of.

qumanchew Offline
That seems like a lot of money for stock style control arms, but then again I'm pretty cheep. I can't remember what I paid for moog ball joints when I did mine but I think they were less than $100. I "pressed" mine out and in with the arms on the car with the heat wrench, some hardwood blocks and a beater!
87 tbird 5 speed with 3.73, 255 pump, kirban, large front mount, custom rotated upper, AC & pwr steering gone, .48 T3, ported E6, 3" DP. Shelf: T3T4

Sluggo Offline
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They will work according to the last post here by Chuck.
88 TC / T5,4.56,Log,SC60,NPR,2277,MegaSquirt

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