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Old Sep 7, 2016, 07:59 AM   #1
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Need bolt to connect knuckle to control arm.

I'm an idiot and lost it. (She's been sitting out there for quite awhile)

Any idea what size I'd need? It's the nut and bolt that squeezes the steering knuckle snug to the control arm.

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Old Sep 7, 2016, 08:00 AM   #2
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Oh and I can't just take the one from the other side into town because, ahh well.. yeah I need both sides.
Boy is my face red.
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M12x60mm thread pitch is probably 1.5 or 1.75 but it really doesn't matter, because it uses a nut, so as long as the nut has the same pitch it's all good...half the bolt is smooth shank, and half is threaded, so don't get a fastener that's threaded all the way to the head, because you don't want the threaded portion holding the ball joint. class 8.8 or 10.9, doesn't matter...8.8 is fine.


If you are nit picky, the part numbers are MU000467 for the bolt, and MU431006 for the nut.
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Old Sep 8, 2016, 03:45 AM   #4
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Awesome! Thanks for the quick reply Cranswick!
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Any idea of the part numbers for the abs sensor screws?
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You can download a copy of Mitsubishi ASA, and pull up any part number you like....
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It should just be a nut for the ABS sensor. Also I think I have an extra bolt/nut if you need it from when I swapped my trailing arm.
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Any idea of the part numbers for the abs sensor screws?

MS240085 or M8x20mm 1.0, or 1.25 thread pitch not 100% sure...the specs don't show thread pitch.
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