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Old 04-16-2018, 09:31 PM   #1  
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Will a '00 -'02 rear cross member sub frame control arm bracket fit a 4th gen?

Any Ideas here? Mine is realy rusty and thinking of options.
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Are you talking about the triangular 3 bolt peice?
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Old 04-19-2018, 02:06 PM   #3  
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If the control arm is so rusty that you're considering replacing it for that reason alone, you know it will be impossible to remove it, so spray some oil on it now
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Are you talking about the triangular 3 bolt peice?
Yea the rear beam trailing arm... will it fit?

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If the control arm is so rusty that you're considering replacing it for that reason alone, you know it will be impossible to remove it, so spray some oil on it now
right! that and a map gas torch..
will it fit?
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I'm sorry, now I'm more confused. Is the part in question in this diagram?

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I'm sorry, now I'm more confused. Is the part in question in this diagram?

Yes #10...
Looks like it would fit but will it?
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Here are the two diagrams with numbers .first is 96 maxima, second 2001-2004 Maxima I35.

It will not work,similar lookup code ,but part numbers are different.
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They are different. In 2000 the lateral linkage was moved to behind the beam. You can't replace the arms either. It's all one unit.
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BOOOO!!! Well darn. Thanks guys!
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