Here’s a view from underneath. Camburg’s Raptor lower control arms are labor- and material-intensive to manufacture. Cutting, bending, machining, fitting, and welding are all part of the process. Look closely and you can see the longitudinal plug welds where internal ribs join the arm’s lower face. The shock pocket has a drain hole to let water and debris out. The protruding knob is a jacking point for secure lifting.