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      11-07-2012, 07:48 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by asus389 View Post
Since the bushing requires torquing under a loaded position, how are you guys torquing down the new arms? Is the car/wheels on the ground when you remove/replace the arm or are you jacking it up and then using a second jack to get the hub back up to ride height when you do the final torque? Or is there some other creative solution to this requirement?
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Yes.

Replacement is a simple affair, though if you replace w/other than stock bushings you may as well replace the other side + front wishbones. Think about a M3 sway.

Alignment recommended.

Here
's my write-up. Did it for guys like you - yours is a good DIY project. Everything now stock?

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