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Old 05-04-2010, 01:57 PM   #8

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Originally Posted by raymo1 View Post
I would start with replacing the rear diff bushings and the rear sub frame bushings next,they will make a big improvement.The OE bushings are very soft and allow alot of movement in the rear of the car.there are a few good ones on the market,we used Pedders on our car.
Won't replacing the bushings cause it to ride a bit rougher? I guess I need to do a search on the forum to see what it takes to install them. Don't you have to almost take out the whole rear end to get to the bushings? Also, do you know about what they cost?
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