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I'm getting ready to do my front end and I have all the replacement parts/bolts/bushings except the long bolt for the Upper Control Arm. Can anyone point me in the right direction for the factory part number? I've searched and searched with no luck.

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So no one knows? Is this the internet's best kept secret?!?!? When I find out the bolt info, I'm buying a bunch of them. Obviously they are very rare and no one can find one to replace theirs. In case you are confused as to what part I'm talking about. It's this little fellow here circled in Red.

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Have you ever used that bolt? It shows being for the 4runner. I'm getting ready to take everything apart and want to make sure I have all the correct pieces to put it back together. (PS it's also much cheaper if you check McGeorge Toyota or Olathe). And I use Toyota ATF Type T-IV.

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Have you ever used that bolt? It shows being for the 4runner. I'm getting ready to take everything apart and want to make sure I have all the correct pieces to put it back together. (PS it's also much cheaper if you check McGeorge Toyota or Olathe). And I use Toyota ATF Type T-IV.

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Buy it, it will fit. You will need to shift the passenger side AC lines to the side that run down the underside of the bodyin the wheel well. to remove the long bolt rearward towards the body. It's tight, but it will wiggle out.
 

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I actually found the correct bolt for it. Actually @hillm1234 found it. Big thanks to him!!! Here it is for any others looking.

Part #
90105-14131
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90080-10186

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What symptoms prompted this repair?
I have 252k on my 06 limited. I am experiencing excessive wear on the inside of my front tires. While I have had them rotated, not frequently enough. Had front shocks replaced @ 161k.
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I'm replacing all my front end parts while installing a lift kit. Usually inner tire wear like that can be a sign of either bad struts or you need an alignment.
 

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Thanks VG2007. Struts replaced not too many miles ago, so I am now going down the alignment path. I need to check status of bushings, etc, prior to alignment. I have seen DJ's alignment specs posted many times over these threads and will seek to have those directions implemented in any alignment.

How is your project going?

Thanks
Brad
 
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