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Old 12-09-2004, 08:19 AM   #1
garie
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Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: socal
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2002 wrx wagon

Default thoughts about polyurethane endlink bushings?f/r for wrx wagon?

Hi im thinking about getting energy suspension polyurethane endlink bushings front and rear for my wrx wagon. That would be a lot cheaper(60 bucks) than getting aftermarket endlinks both new and used.

and also are the bushings for the wrx wagon endlinks the same for both the front and rear?

i figure alot of the flex has to do with the stock rubber bushings.

i just bought a 20mm front polyurethane sway bar bushing, and plan to get a 20 mm bushing for my rear wrx sedan sway bar.

so i feel i might as well change out the endlink bushings now to save on shipping and install at the same time.


my other suspension mods are
-front/rear strut bar
-cusco v2 brace replica
-sti engine tranny mounts
-prodrive springs/strock struts
-steering rack bushings

any thoughts? suggestions?

i need to start saving up for some konis....


-gary
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