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prothane polyurethane control arm bushings

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Does any1 have any experience with these? i originally was going to go with the complete kit from blunt tech, but i don't need the ball joints, control arm, etc. Plus, i got an amazon gift card for $170.00. 

 

i'm in the process of refreshing my front subframe bushings. But i don't know which exactly to switch out (i don't know the names to them). I know to be safe just replace all of them...

 

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Ummm, if that's the subframe you're going to use, yes, you do need the ball joints and tie rod ends!

 

But to answer the question you asked, do it all.  The radius bushings in the subframe and arm are stressed

significantly, and at that point, you're one away from all of them.  The pivot bushing usually is ok-

but they're pretty cheap, and then you just don't have to think about them.  And they're all the 

same stiffness, so the car responds normally.

 

hth

 

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