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Hi guys,

A customer has parked his new-to-him LM002 in our shop, with the question if we could prep the car for its tech inspection that is part of importing it into The Netherlands.

The car has seen more glorious days, so we have a few items to fix up. We're well underway, however we need a few parts. Most notably at this point are the front ball joints (#47 on this Eurospares pic: Eurospares are the worldwide number 1 supplier of the complete range of new and used Lamborghini LM002 (1988) parts Stub Axle-Suspension Leavers 031)

Knowing that Lamborghini only built 328 of these cars, these will not be bespoke to the LM002, but simply originate from some Iveco truck or FIAT agricultural machine.

Question is: which one?

Bottom nut seems to be M20 thread (huge), whereas top nut looks to measure M24 (even more huge).

Anyone have any idea?

Thanks!!!

To give in return: the ball joints on the ends of the steering rods (Eurospares are the worldwide number 1 supplier of the complete range of new and used Lamborghini LM002 (1988) parts Power Steering 028) are FIAT/Deutz/John Deere:Stuurkogel met draadeind Deutz, John Deere, CNH-FIAT 24 X1,5 DX (2 stuks)

The other 4 are crimped on, but have the same tapered cone.
 
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