Rear Control Arms

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  1. pudgy2342000

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    So there's a really annoying squeak coming the rear of my car and has gotten consistently worse over the summer. When the noise first appeared it sounded like dry bushings. Then I found out about the crappy bushings in the control arms. Long story short. I'm thinking about using these... Any suggestions other wise. I don't drag the car or plan on it anytime soon so I don't think fully adjustable spherical bushings are necessary.

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    Personally I use CHE, I liek the fact they don't require greasing. I'd also recommend Steeda.
     
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    I'm a big fan of FRPP or Roush, since they utilize all the Ford engineering data.
     
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    FYI, Steeda works closely with Ford when they manufacture their parts.

    Either FRPP or Steeda, you can't go wrong.
     
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