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Front Control Arm Bushings

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Front control arm bushings the non hockey puck ones
Just so you know these are a pain in the ass to install on the control arms. I've given up trying to put them in so they are for sale for dirt cheap if anyone wants them. $15 shipped.




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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-05-2010, 11:16 AM
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forgive my ignorance, but why would you need to install new ones?

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:bangs****ingheadagainstthewall: :throwshandsupindisgust: i give up...lol
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these will give you better handling, less wheel hop



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grr i need the hockey puck one lol

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wheel hop?

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this is an amazing deal. if i had a job i'd buy them just to have backup ones. i have the prothanes installed already.

if it helps, i took an aceytelene torch (or however you spell it) and torched the old bushings til they were like marshmellows and then scraped and cut them off that rod theyre bonded to. got both sides done in half hour.

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i got no PM



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jared they are easy to install....burn them out. hit the pin w/ a mini sledge! pm me if u want help to install them
or just text me

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well its also the ability to press the old ones out which pep boys decided to be expensive about



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Burn the old ones off jared thats what i did didn't take long at all
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