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Old 05-30-2001, 02:28 PM
Robert Boyer
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I have noticed that my ride is getting up-to-par, but that there is till too much road feel even with tires at moderate pressure.

I looked at my control arm rubber bushings. They feel a bit dry, and I suspect that lubricating or replacing them would make a difference as to cushioning the road feel a bit.

Can I get the new bushings in without tearing apart the entire control arm unit? If so, please advise how.

Also: would greasing properly or something similar, or just tightening make a differece? Before answering, be aware that I just replaced the two tie rods (lowere) - which helped-out in other regards.

An answer here would be most appreciated. Thanks...
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