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Old 12-04-2021, 11:23 AM   #1
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Quigley - torque arms fs available

Greetings -- a few weeks back - someone posted they were looking for a replacement for a broken Quigley torque arm. I can't remember who that member was and can't find the post.

I wanted to post that I have both upper and lower torque arms available - from my 2002 E350 - V10 SMB van. The torque arms are original to my van (bought with only 3,700 actual miles) and photos are included. I had the new replacement torque arms installed about 2 weeks ago. Van now has approx 14,500 on it - all torque arms are sound and usable so far as I can tell. When "tapped" with a hammer the sound is the same on each - and I "see" NO cracks or bends or distinguishable blemishes on any of them. Original labels regarding "no jacking or lifting" from torque arms still showing - in excellent shape.

PM me if interested in working something out if so inclined. I've never posted photos - so bear with me !? If they don't sell in a few months - I'll recycle them locally.
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Old 12-04-2021, 12:03 PM   #2
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Those look to be fully boxed in arms (I didn't know the 2002s had those). Much stronger then open channel arms that came with my 2001. If anyone still has the open channels, these would be a BIG upgrade - if unwilling to purchase the redesigned round bars from Quigley or building new ones.
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Old 12-04-2021, 12:09 PM   #3
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Thanks for reply Steve C -- Yes they are fully boxed in - I missed taking a photo of the lower/longer torque arms from the other side - but they look the same as the upper/shorter torque arms - enclosed channel(s) pretty much the full length of the "arms."

If any forum members have an idea what a reasonable re-sell price might be - please PM me with any suggested pricing. The "new" torque arms run like $ 750 shipped. Thanks !
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Old 12-04-2021, 07:08 PM   #4
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"fully boxed" as solid continuous surfaces on all four faces? Hard to tell by the pictures . The two shorter arms look like they are C- channels (open on one face)with a gusset at each end?
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Old 12-05-2021, 10:56 AM   #5
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Correction - There is an open channel on one side - so basically the arms appear as a "U" framed - one side open - setup for all four torque arms. When installed the "U" faces downward --
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