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Rick Posted - 02/27/2005 : 00:14:06
Upper control arms are natural bare steel.
Service replacements were dip painted black.

Most lower control arms were bare steel dipped in cosmolene to short of the ball joint end.

SOME lowers were dipped in black paint (semi-flat black). When AO Smith (original manufacturer of control arms for Chrysler) had their cosmolene lines occupied with railroad components they also manufactured, they would run the control arms in black dip.

Rick Kreuziger

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