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Guys and gals, are there any solid rear upper and lower control arm bushings available?

If not solid aluminum, are there better ones than stock rubber.

Where are they available? Thanks, Rick.
 

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Are there any solid bushings for the three outer bushings and one inner non adjustable bushing?

Also will a worn "toe compensator" alone allow foward movement of the rear tires?
 

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Bill has the bushings and toe compensation links available. Bushings are poly or UHMW if you have a small child to give him. I think CDs second mod: suspension thread has the energy suspension part numbers for the cobra stuff that works.
 

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I did the poly on Lazarus; it's really stiff.
 

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A piece of acme thread and nuts, a few washers, a big socket, and you can change them in a few minutes.
 
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