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I'm in the process of rebuilding the front suspension. I have all of the parts required for a 'complete' rebuild. However, I'm wondering if it is really worth removing the top and bottom A arms to remove and replace those bushings. The lower A arm feels good - I'm at the point of having removed both the upper and lower ball joints, along with the tie rod end.

I know, as long as I have the parts and I have the components, why not just finish the job. But if the consensus is, its really not worth it, I'd really like to know before I totally remove 'everything'.

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I would recommend doing both lower A-arm and upper control arm bushings. I did those including EVERY other bushing on Roxanne (Milano race car). The car now feels very nice.
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They may seem fine but one day they will start squeeking and they will drive you insane! You can install a grease nipple but thats just a band-aid fix really.
 
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