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Fits: 1989-1998 Nissan 240SX , 1990-1996 Nissan 300ZX

PART# 14-1205-BL

Retail: $30.32
$25.77
Qty: Set


Fits: 04-05 Mercury Sable, 81-90 Ford Escort, 84-94 Ford Tempo, 84-94 Mercury Topaz, 86-06 Ford Taurus, 86-95 Mercury Sable, 88-94 Lincoln Continental, 91-0 ...

PART# IK8649

$13.63
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Energy Suspension Front Strut Rod Bushings Dodge B100 1976-1994 5.7103 ENE-5.710

Energy Suspension Front Strut Rod Bushings Plymouth Satellite 1965-1974 5.7109 E

Energy Suspension Front Strut Rod Bushings Mitsubishi 2WD Pickup 1987-1996 5.710

Energy Suspension Front Strut Rod Bushings Plymouth Scamp 1971-1976 5.7109 ENE-5




At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of strut rod bushings to ensure that you have every strut rod bushing option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of strut rod bushings, so that whether you are looking for cheap strut rod bushings or replacement strut rod bushings or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your strut rod bushing needs!


WHY TO BUY?
A strut rod sounds like a make believe part that your mechanic dreamed up so that he could charge you extra money. But strut rods are very real, and an extremely important component of your suspension. The basic purpose of a strut rod is to limit the forward and reward movement of your lower control arm. Part of the strut rod is your strut rod bushings which are there to keep everything in check, absorb shock, and prevent metal to metal contact. When your strut rod bushings wear out it can result in significant alignment and handling problems. To prevent these issues we highly recommend you replace your old bushings with a brand new set of strut rod bushings from our extensive lineup.
DID YOU KNOW?
Your strut rod bushings take a real beating as you drive over pot holes and bumps. The OEM units are made of rubber that can fatigue and fail over time. However there is a solution to this problem. Many of the leading aftermarket companies make urethane bushings that have increased strength and durability. These high-performance urethane bushings will not only give your vehicle more precise control, but they will also last you a lifetime. This is a simple and inexpensive upgrade, so the next time your strut rod bushings are up for replacement, we highly recommend going with a urethane set.
FAQ's
Q: How do you install strut rod bushings?
A: Strut Rod bushings are installed by removing your factory bushings and replacing it with the aftermarket polyurethane ones.

Q: What are strut rod bushings? Why buy them?
A: Strut rod bushings are attached to your strut housing, which dampens the blows created by road vibrations. When stock bushings get old, your vehicle tends to have a rougher ride with a mushier feel in the corners. Replace your factory rubber bushings with these polyurethane bushings to virtually eliminate bushing compression and flex. The result is that your suspensions geometry will remain correct no matter how hard you push your car.




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