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Old 11-10-2013, 10:46 PM   #1
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Bushes replacement

Looking at replacing all of my bushes in my tj and what do you guys recommend in the way of brands. Want it to be the best it can.

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Old 11-10-2013, 11:02 PM   #2
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Looking at replacing all of my bushes in my tj and what do you guys recommend in the way of brands. Want it to be the best it can.
I would use ROUND UP or some other weed killer!

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I was gonna post a link to a local home and garden center ... but ill play nice .... oem bushings are best ... available from your dealership or online ... they are known to last up to and passed 100,000 miles ... if you don't want to pay oem mopar prices ... get the best bushing your parts store has to offer ... such as moog , or any other that comes with a lifetime warranty .. as long as you don't mind getting dirty youll never pay for em again ....
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if money isn't a concern .. get some currie control arms ... along with an anti rock sway bar ... and metalcloak, or currie track bars .... effectively eliminating all factory busings lol
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