Re: Nolathane Trailing Arm Bushes
don't tight the bolts while the car is up! you will need new bushes in like 1 month! put the car down on a straight piece of road then slide underneath and tighten the bolts on each end. Not doing it this way when you lower your car off the jack or whatever, the bush will be flexed like 80% when siting on a straight road, go over a bumb it will flex to 90%, go over a big bump and it will break then 1month later you will hear the familiar clunk clunk clunk
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