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04-09-2012 08:24 PM
SIXTI I don't know exactly what the symptoms are but I would have you go to the jeep and push it back and forth then see how much play there is at the joints (if the bushings are worn out)
I can only leave it to imagination how dangerous it would be to have that much undesired movement when moving down the freeway at 70 mp/h
03-20-2012 05:56 AM
Worn rear control arm bushings

What are the symptoms of worn rear control arm bushings, both upper and lower on stock TJ? What effects will worn bushings have on driving or the drive train,pinion? Thanks in advance

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