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rear bushings seized..

Old 21-Nov-2005, 05:35 PM
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rear bushings seized..

what to do? should i replace em all with those energy suspension ones? or just stick to oem? car is stock now and i have no plans of dropping it agian or doing any mods..
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Old 21-Nov-2005, 05:51 PM
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I replaced all of mine with OEM.

I wouldn't waste the extra money unless you really want to.
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Old 21-Nov-2005, 09:56 PM
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which ever is cheaper i would say
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Old 21-Nov-2005, 10:29 PM
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which bushings are you talking about?
if your talking about the lca's then replace them with aftermarket control arms it will be cheaper then getting oem bushings and replacing them since it will cost the same if not more.
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Old 21-Nov-2005, 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by Team Rukus
which bushings are you talking about?
if your talking about the lca's then replace them with aftermarket control arms it will be cheaper then getting oem bushings and replacing them since it will cost the same if not more.
Actually I think an OEM lca for 6th gen civics from parkway with discounts is under $50, dont quote me on this, but I think it is cheaper than the Omni's
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rear set of polyurethane goes for like 45 bucks at JRP. they last longer and are better so even if its 10 bucks more or whatever, it's worth it.
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yea the lcas..should i do all or just the side that is seized
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Old 22-Nov-2005, 12:45 AM
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buy a new LCA with bushings, prolly cost less to do it that way then buy the bushings and press em in
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not really, i know a guy who will do it for 20 bucks a side. so total spendings will be like what, 85 bucks? don't go half *** when repairing things. yeah it's cheap but it will come back and bite you in the ***, do it properly the first time.
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Originally posted by SaYjAiBaO
rear set of polyurethane goes for like 45 bucks at JRP.

JRP ???
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that's kind of far for you though, they're in mississauga.
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not really, i know a guy who will do it for 20 bucks a side. so total spendings will be like what, 85 bucks? don't go half *** when repairing things. yeah it's cheap but it will come back and bite you in the ***, do it properly the first time.
well I think parkway sells the 6th gen LCA with new OEM bushings for less than $50 for members dont quote me though

For $85 your better off with the OMNI with new bushings in them. Less expensive and a bit lighter.
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