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As you can see in the picture below, this is the rear passenger side lower shock mount. The nut is almost hitting the weld plate as I cannot get a socket on to it like I can on the other side. when I run my finger across the welded plate that the shock mount sits on, I can feel a slight indentation. This would tell me that the lower A-arm is bent in that area, correct? Should I worry and if so, what is the course of action you would take? :eek5:

 

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Pic does not show any perspective...too close up...wrong angle...

Lift it off the ground...remove the wheels...remove the top shock bolt...

The you can probably get a socket on it and better look at and see if the mechanical function is correct etc...

Then go from their...if the welds are cracked get them re-welded...it the tabs are bent... bend them back... if the a-arms are twisted get an MTS kit...
 

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This wont happen again if you use my kit. It will take 1/2 of the stress off the stock mounts.
 
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