IMO you should rebuild the front end in one shot: lower and upper ball joints complete, lower A-arm bushings, tie and track rod ends. How one determines you need idler arm bushings on the car without a dismantling inspection is something I'd be interested in learning. typically the play is in the tie and track rod ends connected to the idler arm. I've sloppy steering boxes about five to one relative to worn idler arms, dismantle and regrease the idler arm.
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