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post #61 of 61 Old 01-12-2013, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by brokenujoint
Dude, a connecting rod joins your crank to your piston. If your talking about a control arm thats your suspension and COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. Yeah, you may need to start taking your jeep to a mechanic....assuming you cant find a leak or know the difference between a connecting rod and a control arm. just saying... Glad to see you've joined the jeep community, now start reading up...and as for the person who told you that you have a worn connecting rod.... get new friends.
And thank god he want my friend. Just some guy at a place that was doing my alignment

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