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Old March 9th, 2017, 04:58 PM
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Trailing Arms 90 vs 110

I almost assumed they are the same, am I right?
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Yes, they are the same. Some of the earlier 110's I've seen, particularly those with rear salisbury axles, seem to have a slightly larger diameter trailing arm but the arms between 90's and 110's are interchangeable.

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Yes, they are the same. Some of the earlier 110's I've seen, particularly those with rear salisbury axles, seem to have a slightly larger diameter trailing arm but the arms between 90's and 110's are interchangeable.

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Yea early truck have wider arms and smaller bushes. Not interchangeable unless you use both the early arms and early bushes or later as and later bushes
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Yea early truck have wider arms and smaller bushes. Not interchangeable unless you use both the early arms and early bushes or later as and later bushes
That's for the front, right?
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Yes sir, just noticed that this was about trailing arms and not radius arms, sorry for the confusion
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There are two different styles (at least) but they are interchangeable. There are thin solid ones and thicker hollow ones.
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