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    Default upper control arm bushings [Expired Topic]

    anybody know of a company that sell polyurethane bushings for a 2001 2500 burb with torsion bar front end i have to do uppers an would like to up grade to better thanks johnny

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    You have to do the upper on a 2001already?

    Not going to be of much help as far as finding them just figured the bump to the top would help.

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    Default RE: upper control arm bushings

    it looks like the pass side rear upper is rocking back an forth it needs new if abs is hit truck sounds like front end is falling off. my 2001 has 105000 miles on it ,i have been calling around an looks like i have to put stock bushings back in so far no aftermarket :(

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    maybe theres some aftermarket upper arm?? have you checked for a complete arm replacement?

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    These guys will custom make them for you.

    Try them.

    http://www.goturethane.com/site/RunS...;p=ASP\Pg1.asp

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    Try these guys they are even looking for new vehicles for product testing. You get free bushings.

    http://www.energysuspension.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 84fiero123 View Post
    Try these guys they are even looking for new vehicles for product testing. You get free bushings.

    http://www.energysuspension.com/
    Thx for the link!
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    Try these guys they are even looking for new vehicles for product testing. You get free bushings.
    LOL...Bushing Beta Testing
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    Yeah, I'm not sure that I would want to be part of the testing process on a vehicle that I drive daily. Maybe on a weekend beater, maybe...

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