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RockAuto was selling a steel variant replacement CR-Z control arm; it's possible that one (or even their aluminum third party replacement) might have replaceable lower balljoints but that would require the investment just to find out and possibly ruining the arm in the process. In 96phoenix's investigation it was determined that the US/NA models OEM Honda aluminum LCA lower balljoints were not replaceable (without destruction) despite RockAuto listing individual lower balljoints for the CR-Z for a while (leading to the question often being asked)

I agree that it would be nice as at factory ride height the CR-Z has basically maxed out to the minimum desirable LCA angle so lowering the ride height even modestly (by 'tuner' standards) puts the leverage angle of the LCA too high, in simple terms.
 
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