Re: [DML] Control Arm Bowed
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Re: [DML] Control Arm Bowed

You should.  You are wearing out your tires prematurely, and you 
are driving a car that has less margin of error for lapses in driver 


-------------- Original message from "tuxr" <tuxdarby@xxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> The car has been pulling to the right for a while, brought it into the 
> shop, the passenger side control arm is "bowed". I'm told it looks 
> fine, just slightly bowed. I'm guessing from one of the many tows 
> I've had. But anyway, it was new 2 years ago. I can accept the 
> slight pulling to the right, but don't want a dangerous situation, 
> though don't want to spend the money right now to get it fixed unless 
> I have to. Do I have to? 

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