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is there any reason you need cam bolts? do you not have adjustable lower control arms?
finally, as long as you torque the bolt to spec and keep the surface of washers on "land", you'll be fine.
Whether or not that slot will work with the extra width that it has depends on the control arm he is using. I don't know that I would be comfortable using that with JJ's even though they have more surface area at the end the bolt sleeves.
I wouldn't use them, not enough area to get proper clamping and some arms the bolt sleeve would just about fit right through that slot.
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sorry I have a 1999 TJ with a 4" short fixed arm procomp kit. I just need a quick fix to get back down a washboard road to the beach. No more wheeling. I was thinking i could weld a bead down the top flat section of the oblong cam hole. But is that overkill? On my stock lca bracket I had a fixed centered washer and the fit was much tighter top to bottom.
just buy LCA mounts from Iron rock offroad no need for cam bolts.
I personally would want the cams for a 4" lift using stock uppers and 16" fixed lowers to get the caster closer to 5 or more. The smaller the tire is the more it matters. It may be "a jeep", i want them to drive like a car.
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