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Old 10-11-2016, 08:52 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Rear control arm bushing?

Good evening,

I attempted to replace my rear stocks but I think it's seized because it appears the bushing just spins as I turn the bolt and I cant pull the bolt out. Also, as I was doing so, pieces of rubber (which I assume was from the bushing) kept coming out so I assume I the bushing is not good anymore.

Can I buy just a new bushing and have then pressed in? Or do I need a whole new control arm? Any recommendations of either?
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Default Re: Rear control arm bushing?

you can get just the bushing. MOOG makes it and it has to pressed in.
http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....431973&jsn=418
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