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Old 05-02-2012, 11:12 AM
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Default EM - Rear upper control arm bushing

Hello all,

I am looking for upper control arm bushings for my Gen III EM with IRS. This rear suspension is suppose to be from a Mark VIII. The Mark VIII is a 3 link design and mine is a 4 link design. The 2003 Mustang Cobra is a 4 link design but does not use the same bushings. Nor is the Mark VIII the correct bushing either.

I was hoping that someone could help me with where I can purchase rear upper control arm bushings.

Here is my rear setup.

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Old 05-02-2012, 01:42 PM
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Default Pull one and match it up

Priobe best thing is to pull out a bushing and measure it. Try Speedway parts, Try Just suspension. Measure it first and give they the demensions They will have something to match up with If that doesn't work Try a 4 wheel drive shop. The arms may be custom but the bushingts are stock to some other car or truck. The other thing is see if someone has plastic bushings instead of rubber ones. These will need more service work and putting a small groove in the riding area to make sure you get grease there. I have ploy suspension bushing in white. They are 15 years old and still are solid and no play. You may have to trim them to get them into a location. The big thing is lubing or greasing them. Rick L.
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