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Old 03-17-2020, 07:05 PM #1
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Do SPC UCAs come with knuckle inserts?

Got my package and they aren’t in there. It looks like the box has been opened. According to the instructions they’re supposed to be in here. Also looks like they come with them on the SPC website.


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Yes they do. Mine did.
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Yes they do. Mine did.

Thanks. Just making sure.


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do you mean the ball joint that needs to be put into the knuckle? Then yes, they should come with them, it's integral to the design of the arm and the adjustability.
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do you mean the ball joint that needs to be put into the knuckle? Then yes, they should come with them, it's integral to the design of the arm and the adjustability.
No, it sounds like he's talking about the two machined metal parts that get pressed into the part of the spindle where the UBJ used to be. They're bottom-left in this pic and are held in with the snap rings.

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No, it sounds like he's talking about the two machined metal parts that get pressed into the part of the spindle where the UBJ used to be. They're bottom-left in this pic and are held in with the snap rings.


Correct those are the parts. Dealing with the merchant now.


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FWIW, I welded those into my spindles to reinforce them (the spindles)
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FWIW, I welded those into my spindles to reinforce them (the spindles)
This ^^^^ yes definitely a good idea, the only downfall is that you are now stuck with the SPC arms unless you change the whole spindle. But I went this route as well and couldn't be happier

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