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06-06-2011 06:59 PM
Djzx3 Alright then, thank you, I'll be ordering this up very soon. Seems to be a very good product.
06-06-2011 06:51 PM
cfmfocus2 The kit does the camber arm, the toe arm, and the lower control arm.
06-06-2011 03:06 AM
Djzx3 Well according to this thread, that^ kit does supply poly bushings for the lower and upper control arms?

So the kit supplies bushings for the upper and lower control arms on both sides, so that 8 bushings. What are the other four for? The lower control arm that the spring sits on?
06-06-2011 02:37 AM
Djzx3 Yea but if the other side is anything like this side was, I will have to drop the whole suspension to be able to cut it like I'll have to on this side.

So it's easier for me to just replace the bushing on the sides I need and use the extra bushings for my extra lower control arms I have laying around. As for the other bushings, I'll save em for when I need em, I only got a 1.5 inch drop, so I don't need to go as far as adjustable arms.

It saves me a lot of money in more ways then one to do it this way.
06-06-2011 01:56 AM
FocusBoy58 If you cant figure it out I thinks its only 140 for a powdercoated set of uppers with camber adjustment comes with everything you need.
06-06-2011 01:33 AM
CFM Help please?

I need bushings for the rear of my 03 zx3, in specifically I need the Upper control arm bushing.

But I see you guys sell this kit>

My question is; I need the bushing for the upper control arm bushing, to be able to get a camber bolt in there, if I show you a pic, can you confirm that two of those bushings will fit it for both sides?

I really only need two bushings, one for each side, but I figure since I got a spare pair of rear lower control arms laying around, that I would buy this kit and have the bearings for them too.

So could you confirm that this^ kit, sells what I am looking for, or tell me what all 12 go to in the rear?



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