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Ok Guru's, I changed sway bar bushings and inner tie rods, flat and tight. :cool5: Money very tight. What would it take to change the bushings in control arms? Moog has bushing kit for about $40.00. What can of worms will be opened? :eek:mfg:
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Which control arms are you referring to?

Also - Fill out your profile so that we know what year, model and mods you have.
 

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filling out right now... talking about strut tensioner
You're talking about the tension struts?

Best to just replace them. There's a ball joint on one end and the bushing on the other.

Rockauto has the Mevotech replacements for $50.00 each. They have a 5 year 100,000 mile warranty.

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,carcode,1434055,parttype,10401

MEVOTECH Part # MS25120 More Info

Front Left Lower Front; RWD

MEVOTECH Part # MS25121 More Info

Front Right Lower Front; RWD

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Fireman, your ride is off the hook!!!!!!!

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Put 16" cresent wrench on tension struts, Good for a minute... eeek .... All noise coming from rack.... Anybody need inner tie rods??? Unless Something major happens, I have a set that has 200 miles on them.... They are Moog, Make offer.... Will trade for a Rack and some Cash..... (sounds like i'm buying a hooker) LMAO....
 
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