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Ford Explorer Control Arm Bushings

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Fits: 95-98 Ford Explorer

PART# KF03021BK

$42.05
Qty: Each


Fits: 95-98 Ford Explorer

PART# KF03022BK

$42.05
Qty: Each


Fits: 95-01 Ford Explorer 2/4WD, 98-02 Ford Ranger 2/4WD (w/o Shells)

PART# 6-213-BL

Retail: $76.91
$65.37
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-03 Ford Explorer

PART# KF03023BK

$26.26
Qty: Each


Fits: 02 Ford Explorer Sport, 03 Ford Explorer Sport XLS, 03 Ford Explorer Sport XLT, 95-01 Ford Explorer, 97-01 Mercury Mountaineer, 98-05 Ford Ranger , 4W ...

PART# IK8704

$33.26
Qty: Each


Fits: 95-01 Ford Explorer 2WD, 98-01 Ford Ranger 2WD

PART# 4.3157G

$63.17
Qty: Each


Fits: 95-01 Ford Explorer 2/4WD, 98-02 Ford Ranger 2/4WD (w/o Shells)

PART# 6-213

Retail: $76.91
$65.37
Qty: Each


Fits: 02-05 Ford Explorer, 02-05 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, 02-05 Mercury Mountaineer, 03-05 Lincoln Aviator

PART# IK80100

$34.83
Qty: Each


Fits: 02 Ford Explorer Sport, 03 Ford Explorer Sport XLS, 03 Ford Explorer Sport XLT, 95-01 Ford Explorer, 97-01 Mercury Mountaineer, 98-01 Ford Ranger , 4W ...

PART# IK8705

$40.63
Qty: Each


Fits: 95-01 Ford Explorer 2WD, 98-01 Ford Ranger 2WD

PART# 4.3157R

$63.17
Qty: Each


Fits: 02-05 Ford Explorer, 02-05 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, 02-05 Mercury Mountaineer, 03-05 Lincoln Aviator

PART# IK80099

$17.66
Qty: Each


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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford Explorer control arm bushings to ensure that you have every control arm bushing option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford Explorer control arm bushings, so that whether you are looking for lower Ford Explorer control arm bushings or upper control arm bushings, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford Explorer control arm bushing needs!


WHY TO BUY?
The metal suspension control arms on your vehicle are tied together by a series of rubber bushings that provide flexibility and shock absorption while still allowing the suspension to work properly. Over time the OEM control arm bushings crack, crumble and wear away, leaving the control arms dangerously loose. This can cause all sorts of problems from premature tire wear to unsafe handling characteristics. Here at Andy's we have a large selection of control arm bushings from all of the leading brand names. No matter what your price range, you will be able to find the perfect bushings to restore your vehicle's performance and safety in our extensive lineup.
DID YOU KNOW?
While the OEM rubber bushings that came on your vehicle offer decent performance, several aftermarket companies have improved bushing designs through the use of high-tech materials like polyurethane. These uprated control arm bushings are slightly stiffer, but still offer flexibility, so they can enhance your ride's handling characteristics without ruining the ride quality. In addition, uprated bushings are resistant to chemicals and environmental factors like heat and light, so they will not degrade like rubber. Thanks to their great performance and affordability we always choose upgraded bushings whenever it is time to replace the OEM units.
FAQ's
Q: What do control arm bushings do? Why buy control arm bushings?
A: Over time, factory rubber control arm bushings can dry, rack, and rot away. Fortunately, stiffer, longer-wearing and more responsive suspension bushings are available to help make your car's suspension perform at its best again. These bushings are specific the control arm in your car.

Q: How do you install control arm bushings?
A: Most bushings need to be pressed out with a hydraulic press, burned out with a blowtorch, or cut and chiseled away.








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