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      03-05-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Replacing Broken Front Right A-Arm 2007 E93

Hello,

We were driving on the freeway and the car started pulling the to right. I pulled over and noticed that the front A-Arm is broken. It's the organic shaped aluminum arm.

Does anyone here know what size socket is used to take the nut and the bolt off the A-Arm? Just making sure we have the right tools before we lift the car and do the job.

Thanks,
Mark
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      03-07-2012, 10:11 PM   #2
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We just replaced this today.

If you have a set of metric sockets, you'll be fine, as long as you have 17mm, 18mm and 21mm or 22mm.

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Hello,

We were driving on the freeway and the car started pulling the to right. I pulled over and noticed that the front A-Arm is broken. It's the organic shaped aluminum arm.

Does anyone here know what size socket is used to take the nut and the bolt off the A-Arm? Just making sure we have the right tools before we lift the car and do the job.

Thanks,
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