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Fits: 92-95 Civic


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Fits: 1/86-4/95 Land Rover 8CYL Range Rover Wagon, 4/91-3/99 Land Rover 4/8CYL Land Rover Discovery Wagon

PART# W81652

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Fits: 2002-09 Lexus 8CYL Gx470 Uzj120, 2006-on Toyota 4/6CYL Landcruiser Fj, 3/03-on Toyota 4/6CYL Landcruiser Prado Grj120, Rzj120, Kzj120

PART# W63380

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Fits: 5/86-7/93 Acura 4CYL Integra, 7/93-8/01 Acura 4CYL Integra

PART# W61509

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Fits: 6/06-on Toyota 4/6CYL Camry Acv40 (Scepter, Vista)

PART# W63222

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Fits: 4/88-7/95 Toyota 4CYL Corolla Ae95 Wagon (Levin, Trueno) 4wd, 5/83-4/87 Toyota 4CYL Corolla Ae86 Sprinter (Levin, Trueno)

PART# W61675

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Fits: 10/96-7/06 Jeep 6CYL Wrangler Tj, 1996-7/99 Jeep 6CYL Grand Cherokee Zg, Zj, 4/94-1/01 Jeep 6CYL Cherokee Xj

PART# W51749

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Fits: 7/04-ON Audi A3 MK2 8P

PART# W0504

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Fits: 00-03 Chrysler Neon, 00-03 Dodge Neon

PART# 4-304

Retail: $78.32
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Fits: 1/86-4/95 Land Rover 8CYL Range Rover Wagon, 4/91-3/99 Land Rover 4/8CYL Land Rover Discovery Wagon

PART# W81654

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Fits: 10/03-on Nissan 6CYL 350z Z33, 2/03-on Nissan 6CYL Infinity G35

PART# W62998

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OEM Honda rear trailing arm bushings 1988–2000 Civic 1997-2001 CRV 93–97 Del Sol

6 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings 1968-71 Lincoln Mark III

Rear Trailing Control Arm Complete Set w/Bushings 1997-2004 Pathfinder QX4 (4PCS

8 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings 1967-70 AMC Rebel NEW SET

Allstar Trailing Arm Bushings Rear Polyurethane Black Buick Chevy Olds Pontiac

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

Trailing arms play an important role in vehicle handling and safety. It is the job of the trailing arm to keep the axles from moving too far forward or rearward. At both ends of your trailing arms are trailing arm bushings. These bushings allow for some flexibility to ensure smooth, vibration free suspension movement. Over time your trailing arm bushings fatigue and fail, which can cause a host of problems from simple rattles to dangerous handling characteristics. A simple and affordable fix is to replace your tired old pieces with a set of fresh trailing arm bushing s from our extensive lineup. With a full offering of bushings from all of the top brands, you can bring your ride back up to spec without spending a fortune.
A trailing arm failure is no laughing matter. If a bushing fails at freeway speed the axle can move out of alignment and cause your vehicle to veer sharply off the road. One way to improve safety and performance is with the addition of urethane trailing arm bushings. Urethane is a superior material to rubber in that it has added strength and improved durability. With urethane bushings in place you will have safe and predictable handling for years to come. So if you are ready to replace your worn out trailing arm bushings we highly recommend stepping up to a set of urethane bushings.
Q: Why buy new bushings? What is the benefit?
A: Many advantages can be found over your stock bushings (especially if they're old!): Urethane bushings have a higher load-bearing capacity, greater tear strength, better compression set, greater abrasion resistance, and better tolerance to greases and oils. Polyurethane is an ideal material for performance suspension bushings, motor and transmission mounts. Additional horsepower, plus size tires, lifted truck suspension or lowered canyon carving street setups all mix with normal atmospheric conditions and undercar grit and grime to stress rubber bushings beyond design limits. Polyurethane bushings are firm enough to control movement and maintain alignment in sway bars, control arms, and other stressed suspension components without the harshness or resonance associated with solid metal suspension bushings.

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