Strut bolt part number help

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Does anyone know the part numbers for the nuts and bolts that connect the bottom of the strut through the lower control arms?
Front # ?
Rear # ?
 

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Front:
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Rear:

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Atlantic British has these kits:
https://www.roverparts.com/steering/kits/ML172/

https://www.roverparts.com/steering/kits/ML173/

But the contain more that what you are asking for.
 

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thank you.

Im struggling to figure our why the front and rear nuts would be different. and unfortunately the description (both in your picture and a google search) don't indicate LR025050 to be for the strut mounting. Actually, i have found LR025050 to be used for ball joint bolts. https://parts.landroverriverside.com/oem-parts/land-rover-lower-control-arm-nut-lr025050

so far my parts list is:
rear bolts (2) RYG000461 (M16x225mm)
front bolts (2) RYG000440 (M15x200mm)
nuts (4) FX116056 (M16)

for about $80 worth of hardware, id really like to know its correct before ordering.
 
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You're right. Reviewing the OEM part numbers on the Atlantic British kits, they both use FX116056.

You can always call a parts counter to confirm, but I think that you're good, my friend.
 

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thank you.

looking forward to receiving these parts so i can replace my tired struts. after 140k, i expect to feel a noticeable ride difference.
 

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