Trap arms heads up

Kneale Brownson knotnook at
Tue Nov 2 20:00:27 EST 2004

If you purchase used trap arms, as I did recently with the plan of
replacing the rubber bits and then installing in one car and repeating the
process for the three we have that use that design, be sure you get the toe
adjustment brackets with 'em.  Those parts (443 511 223C and 224C for left
and right) cost over $300 apiece new.   My seller didn't tell me until
after I got home with the trap arms that he planned to keep the brackets
because he knew how expensive they were.    I'd figured I could just get
new brackets with the bolts and nuts.  Never dreamed they'd be that costly.

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