When you place your A-Arm covers on there is a little maneuvering room.
Pull each of the four covers as far forward (i.e.. towards the front
grill of the car). In general you want to keep all sides of the covers
as close to the body of the car
as possible and as far away from the
Once the A-Arms are siliconed down they will be bonded to prevent any
movement or possible detachment. To Bond simply apply a bead of silicone
(included) along the factory arm and carefully position new cover.
2. The stainless tie rod sleeve cover is designed to mount between the rubber boot and the tie rod head. You will notice a long slit in the stainless tube cover, position this slit so that it spreads over the narrowest section of the tie rod and force it over and onto the length of area between the tie rod head and tie rod boot. Rotate the sleeve so that the slit faces up. Apply a thick bead of silicone into the slit so that it comes in contact with the tie rod. Rotate the sleeve so that the slit faces down; allow the silicone to set for at least 1 hour. Remove the protective liner.
You have been provided with two chrome laminating strips. With the
vertical strut bar thoroughly cleaned remove the liner completely from
one of the strips and place it in the center from side to side and top
to bottom of both the strip and the strut bar. Run your finger along the
length massaging the laminate up and down as you force it around to the
back of the strut bar. Allow one side to go to the back and then overlap
with the other side. Press firmly to seal and set. Ensure the seam is
underneath the bar.
A-Arm Covers: These covers attach exactly like the lower A-Arm Covers in
step 2, simply apply the silicone bead and snap into position. Force the
A-Arm Cover closest to the wheel and allow to set before removing the
For detailed photo instructions please see our website
www.TheProwlerStore.com, then click on “Store”; go down to
“6pc Front Control Arm Set©”
and click on “Installation Photos”.
5. IMPORTANT: Once you have mounted the A-Arms have a partner get into your Prowler and rotate the steering wheel to its far right and far left position while you watch to make sure you have proper clearance during tight turns. Ensure the wheels are not hitting any part of the A-Arm assembly. Adjust as necessary. See diagram at the top of Page 3.
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