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Control Arm And Track Bar Pieces

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This is what a full 10-hour-day's worth of work looks like. It took six cutting discs, a 3-foot long adjustable wrench, a 3-pound maul, and a reciprocating saw blade to get the two upper control arm and track-bar mounts off the axle. This is due to the thickness of the Currie brackets and the fastidiousness with which they are welded on. We then ground the remaining welds flush and did it with the axle still under the Jeep.