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      01-19-2021, 06:02 PM   #1
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Replacement rear trailing arm too short?

So I had to have my car towed and the driver hooked onto one of the trailing arms and snapped it clean in two. I have the new one and it doesn't reach the mounting holes on both sides, it appears to be too short. I assume something is bent, but I'm not sure. Any way to fix this?
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U have to play with the suspension to make it fit everything gets unaligned
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