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How To Install Front Lower Control Arms and Outer Tie Rods 1998 Mazda 626 pretty much sums it up. The reason I'm replacing these parts on this car is because of some collision damage. In particular to the right front wheel.
I waited for some time to make the video "Is It Better To Put New Tires on the Front or Back?".
It all started with a social media post I did in 2015 about the subject. There was a video in that post that showed putting new tires in the back was the best option.
Here's another video in the series with Jerry Hall's 2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R. In this episode I replace the left lower ball joint and left front wheel bearing. I was intent on working the brakes into this video, but as you can see, things didn't quite turn out the way I had planned.
I had recently done a bunch of suspension work and put new tires on my Acura Vigor. Because of that, I decided to make this video about alignments. I get a lot of questions about when to align a vehicle, especially with my strut replacement videos. I hope this video address those questions.
While doing a brake job one day, I noticed that the front bushings on the lower control arms of my 2004 Honda element were torn. At first I thought I was going to have to replace both lower control arms until I found out the bushings were available through Honda.