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Old 02 Jul 2013, 10:34 pm
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Default what piece of my 93 honda accord suspension was stolen?

They stole the car and stole a piece off that connects in front of the shock but behind the brakes. I can't find a pic of it anywhere online google just spams random suspensions when I do an image search. The car has it's spring shock assembly but it rides horrible and sits lower in the front . Just a pic of a 93 honda accord with the wheel off will help. I can fix it myself if I find out what it needs. I think it's just a metal arm of some kind.
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Old 02 Jul 2013, 10:46 pm
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Here's an exploded picture of all the parts. Can you give a number of which one you think was stolen?

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