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Whiteline Front Inner Lower Control Arm Bushing ( Part Number:WHI W51709)

Whiteline Front Inner Lower Control Arm Bushing

Part #: WHI W51709
MSRP: This Item is no longer available.


Brand: Whiteline
Material: Polyurethane
Location: Lower Front Inner

Mfgr. Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
Condition: New Product
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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.

This is the 55mm version. Some applications may require the 61mm bushing (part number W52837). Please verify which one your car uses before ordering.
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  • Q: 51mm or 61mm?  RexWagon12 2 years ago


    How can I verify which size my control arm currently has? I have an 02 wrx wagon.

    • A: The most accurate way to confirm this measurement is to physically get a ball park measurement of the bushings currently on the arm. Due to production changes and possible TSB arm replacements there is no way to be 100% accurate without doing so.

      Jonathan @ Whiteline 2 years ago
    • A: You will want to measure the width of the OEM bushing for this location. This is likely the correct part but we could not guarantee it without you measuring.

      Imprezident10 2 years ago