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Re: GI; Front Lower Control Arm Bushings

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I would be interested.
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Unless your control arms are binding or squeaking, then there is really no point in swapping out the bushings. However, if you're rebuilding your front suspension, then by all means go for it.
 

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Re: GI; Front Lower Control Arm Bushings

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[quote author=ShaleZoom3 link=topic=134503.msg2891476#msg2891476 date=1232998829]
I would be interested.
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Unless your control arms are binding or squeaking, then there is really no point in swapping out the bushings. However, if you're rebuilding your front suspension, then by all means go for it.
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I have over 80k+ on the car...I have a whole lot of squeaking going on.
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Might as well rebuild the control arms then...
 

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Re: GI; Front Lower Control Arm Bushings

[quote author=bani link=topic=134503.msg2907712#msg2907712 date=1233629321]
[quote author=bicycle_wreck link=topic=134503.msg2896673#msg2896673 date=1233182560]
Unless your control arms are binding or squeaking, then there is really no point in swapping out the bushings.
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no, these should help reduce the EPIC wheelhop from stock MS3 bushings.
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Maybe after a full solid mount setup and traction bars. I would do these as a last resort, but whatever, I drive an MZ3 and the Speed3s obviously have more torque to torture the suspension.

It just seems like people just buy shit because they can, not because it will actually improve the car, you know? That was the inspiration for my earlier post.
 

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Re: GI; Front Lower Control Arm Bushings

I was conceding the point that the MS3 might have more reason for the bushings, but I guess you thought I said something else. I wasn't trying to start an argument, and I thought I was actually agreeing with you, but if you want to take this to PMs then we can sort it out.
 
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