First of all, what are you doing with the car? Are you racing, for prize money? Or are you building a street car?
I know that in years (many ago) past, FRAP had quality issues. I had a very old FRAP ball joint right out of the packaging with play - twice - but this was really old stuff. Firsthand experience with the modern production FRAP stuff seems to be way WAY better. Also, I would not use NOS rubber bushes. New production stuff is usually excellent. My last GTV6 front end and steering rebuild (race car, actually) I used all rubber parts from Centerline (quality Italian stuff) and a set of ball joints and tie rod ends formerly purchased from Performatek. And, the last Milano front end I put together was a "suspension kit" from Centerline, except for the upper control arm bushings which were sourced from Trail Auto. No issues with any of those parts. I can second the Performatek quality stuff, even if the prices are occasionally higher. Andy is a great guy too.
The lower control arm bushings are getting difficult to find and are usually due for replacement.
I've not driven any of these cars enough miles to wear out a wheel bearing once replaced so can't comment on the quality of available bearings.
Advice in a nutshell? If it's worn out, replace it with a new one from a vendor in the USA. And then once everything is installed, worry about a proper alignment and quality performance tires.
One other personal nugget: it entertains me to see discussions take place on an obsessive level about brand names and other minutia, and then it turns out the owner of the car doesn't put a good set of tires on the car. Or thinks he should run with regular 87 octane gasoline. Not suggesting that's what is occurring here, but it is worth mentioning.