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Whiteline Rear Trailing Arm Lower Rear Bushing
Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / 2004-2007 STI)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a large selection of performance suspension and chassis enhancements brought to you by Whiteline.
On this page, you are looking at the Whiteline Rear Trailing Arm Lower Rear Bushing Kit. This kit has been designed to provide your rear trailing arms with new rear bushings to replace your old or worn-out factory bushings.
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Installed on an 07 Forester XT. The old bushing can be pressed out with a pitman armpuller ($16 at harbor freight), and the two piece poly can be pushed in mostly by hand. Getting the trailing arm over the new bushing is tough, the bushing is a bit wider than stock. I had to really muscle it with a rubber mallet. Very noticable handling improvement, definitely worth the time and money.
Made a big impact in the way the car feels. Makes the body roll less in the rear and makes the rear follow better rather then feel like its dragging along. my bushings has 196k on them so they needed it definitely worth the money. grab a pit man arm puller shave a couple mms off of the sides and bam your old bushings are pressed out and the new ones go in by hand installed both sides in 30 mins. tight going back on but nothing a peice of wood and a friend with a 10 pound seldge cant help.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Quantity clarification onelogue7 years agoThe picture show two bushings, one for each side of the car, I just want to make sure that the kit comes with a bushing for each side, since the description say 'rear bushing' not rear bushing(s)"? thank you
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A: Hi onelogue, Yes, this kit is supplied with enough bushings for both passenger and driver side. Only one kit is required per vehicle.Jonathan @ Whiteline @ Whiteline 7 years ago
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