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Old 10-09-2013, 08:27 PM   #1
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Rear control arms help ?

I bought some sve rear control arms about 2 months ago and I kept hearing a weird sound so checked them and here Is a pic has any body else had a Problem like this and y did it happen???
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I bought some sve rear control arms about 2 months ago and I kept hearing a weird sound so checked them and here Is a pic has any body else had a Problem like this and y did it happen???
Anybody?????
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Did you get them used or new? From where? Those are supposed to be energy polly bushings, how much power is your car making?
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Did you get them used or new? From where? Those are supposed to be energy polly bushings, how much power is your car making?
New from latemodleresteration I make about 300 rwh
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New from latemodleresteration I make about 300 rwh
Your horsepower would have nothing to do with it...

Poor quality would though! Call LM and complain.
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Old 10-10-2013, 08:20 AM   #6
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what brand are they?
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High horsepower for a bushing that is a soft duramater most certainly will tear up polly bushings. Also oils can deteriorate them as well In that power range you should not have to worry about tearing them like that. I would contact LMR and handle it through them.
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Thanks everybody I'm calling latemodleresteration they say there warranty is a 1 year. man this makes me mad!!!
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