SPC Rear Control Arm Socket
Part Number: 69330
Inside Continental United States
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This special 10 point socket is needed when removing the rear clearance arm on new 2001 and up Honda Civics and Acura RSX's.
5 reviews for SPC Rear Control Arm Socket
4.2 out of 5.0
1/28/2015 by Zach
Great to get job done
Ordered it to remove my LCA's on my 2002 civic si. Everything about it is perfect, only reason I chose 4 stars is because for one small socket, it costs 20 bucks
7/17/2012 by Karpol
Socket worked as advertised on my 2004 Element. However, welded nuts on inner side of control arm busted right off when I was trying to remove the bolts. I ended up buying whole assembly anyway and those bolts already come pre-installed (they are really not serviceable and it's a part of lower arm assembly). Conclusion: Think twice before buying. Do you really need this socket?
5/1/2012 by Rico Rodriguez
Rear Suspension work? You need this!
I bought it as a just incase i need to remove my RLCA when i install my rear suspension energy bushings and sure enough i needed it. When i went to install my Rear Trailing Arm bushing, the whole pieces needed to be removed and that's where these baby's came in for removal of the Rear Trailing Arm. Its a GREAT quality product. Only reason why i give it a 3 star because Club RSX dropped the ball when i ordered it with Bushing Kit, they forgot to include it so i had to wait another week of shipping.
4/2/2012 by Jewell Gonzalez
Worked like a charm!
I could'nt find this socket anywhere. I went to home depot, lowes, sears and many other hardware stores with no luck with finding it in stock. Luckily I found it here on CRSX, the shipping was very fast and the socket worked like a charm. I could'nt have replace my RLCA's without it! Thanks CRSX! :)
6/1/2008 by Daniel Galuppo III
the socket i received was better than the one in this picture,it is a black impact socket and worked great!