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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-30-2014, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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Bushings and Front Sway Endlinks.

So i think I'm having problems with my cabs while I'm driving i feel i slight pull on my front and the control feels a bit loose while turning and hitting bumps so i just want to make sure this is the right part from rock auto and I'm also get the endlinks from zzp...

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If you have a LSJ or LNF you should get the CAB's from Powell and for endlinks get Powergrid. Yes you will pay more but you will get better feel of the car.

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Yea i looked under the car at the bushing and they look intack still so i was told it could be the tie rod ends and inner tie rod
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