Q: possible to do a front lower right control arm in my driveway

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is it possible to complete a lower level forward control arm in my driveway?

My car has 80000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Michael. I have forwarded your inquiry to our sales and service department so they can contact you directly and better answer this question. There are several factors including the slope or angle of your driveway that would determine whether or not our mobile mechanics can safely complete this job.

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