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Date:         Tue, 11 Jul 2006 10:03:19 -0700
Reply-To:     tele2222@YAHOO.COM
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From:         Curt Newsome <tele2222@YAHOO.COM>
Subject:      Re: Control Arm Bushings
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Watch out, this is a great "while you're at it" project. My upper CA bushings were noisy as hell when I bought my van. Hmmm, the upper ball joints are little loose, might as well do those at the same time. Hey, those lower ball joints are 21 years old, how can I do everything else and leave 21 year old ball joints in the front end? You get the idea.....

--- John Rodgers <inua@CHARTER.NET> wrote:

> Looks like I am going to have to replace some > control arm bushings. > > I seem to remember there was some discussion quite a > while back about > the best material for the bushings, and how to > install. Can anyone > refresh me on that? And recommend sources. > > Thanks, > > John Rodgers > 88 GL Driver >

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