Whiteline Front Inner Lower Control Arm Bushing

Part #: WHI W0507


Brand: Whiteline
Material: Polyurethane
Mfgr. Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
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By upgrading the soft stock suspension bushing with a harder unit will take the slop out of your suspension. A harder bushing will not deflect as much during hard use keeping the control in its optimal position. Included with the kit is both the front inner bushings, your control arms will need to be removed from the vehicle to have the old bushings pressed out. The new bushings are 2 piece making for easy installation into the control arm. These will transfer more noise and vibration into the cabin so they are not for the faint of heart.



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12 GR Sedan wrb 2 years ago
At this price you could bet worse parts this was slightly noticeable but I feel for the money was worth it.
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Whiteline Front Inner Lower Control Arm Bushing
Brandon P 3 years ago
I noticed two things before buying these. It's a cheap part and not a lot of people upgrade these bushings. Upon removing the control arm, I understand why. The stock bushing is very stiff; however, there is room for movement as the bushing is not totally flush with the crossmember where it connects to the car. The stock bushing protrudes in the middle to connect to the car. This is where additional movement, if any, could happen. I feel that this part rids any additional movement that may happen in this area. The new bushings sit flush with the crossmember section where the control arm connects to the car. A couple tips: Make life easy on yourself and have a shop push these bushings out with a press. Also, USE A LOT OF GREASE in the bushing, on the bushing and especially where it connects to the car. This makes installation better, and it's going to prolong the life of the poly bushing. Also, in the description they speak of additional NVH but I haven't noticed any to be honest. Overall, I am happy with the product. It's definitely a better bushing than the stock unit. It's not hard to install, other than lining up the control arm bolts for installation, and with enough initial care this bushing will last many miles to justify the small price.


  • AnswerQ: whiteline currently lists the W0508 on their site  Tairy Hesticles 3 years ago

    What's the difference between this 507 listed here and the 508 on their site besides the price and model number? Under my car (2012 STI limited sedan) they list the w0508 on their site and cannot for the love of god find the 507 on there. I'm guessing the 508 is an updated version? If so would it be possible to get that instead?

    • A: The W0507 has been superseded by the W0508. While the external dimensions are the same, the W0508 utilizes a larger crush tube and a thinner bushing than the W0507.

      Nick S. 3 years ago

    • A: The W0507 has been superseded by the W0508. While the external dimensions are the same, the W0508 utilizes a larger crush tube and a thinner bushing than the W0507.

      Zach G. 3 years ago

  • AnswerQ: 09 STi  Tobikia83496 4 years ago

    Do these fit the '09 STi? Cannot seem to find any for the 08-10 models.

    • A: As per the confirmed application list, we cannot confirm fitment on the 2009 STi at this time. Thank you!

      Sterling W. 4 years ago