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Old 11-21-2023, 01:27 PM #1
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Anyone running Rear Upr Lwr Pan bushings?
Thought I'd try them out on extra set of arms had laying around vs OE Black Friday under $200.
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I've had Whitelines in my Front LCAs, Rear UCAs, and Panhard for about a year or so and they have been performing admirably.
I greased them according to spec and they have not squeaked or exhibited any damage - despite my best efforts.
Ride quality is acceptable and I do appreciate the less restrictive movement they provide.

I would have installed lower rears, but I had bent mine and went with Rokmen arms, who's bushings have...not held up as well.
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Anyone running Rear Upr Lwr Pan bushings?
Thought I'd try them out on extra set of arms had laying around vs OE Black Friday under $200.
I am running the Front LCA bushings. I have a set of the rears on the bench, just waiting to get over to my buddies house with a press.

Removing the Old bushing from the arm is the hardest part. There is an Arrow on the bushing that appears to point to the Installation direction. I believe you should push the opposite of the arrow to make removal easier.

You will need a 28mm Socket or Press sleeve in order to remove the OEM bushings. you can also burn them out and try to cut the sleeves with and air hammer or hacksaw.
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Yes, I'm running Whiteline in both. No issues. Here's videos of both installs:





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Performance feedback what I was looking for. Removal and install of bushings standard OP,
easy install easy access to re-lube. Worth a shot for the cost.
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Performance feedback what I was looking for. Removal and install of bushings standard OP,
easy install easy access to re-lube. Worth a shot for the cost.
I've been running them for around 35K miles. No issues and I've wheeled my rig quite a bit with them.
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I've had Whiteline bushings in the steering rack, front lower control arms and panhard bar for a couple of years. Not a peep and no damage to date. These are paired with SPC UCAs, Dobinsons IMS shocks, Eimkeith PCB, and OPT adjustable rear UCAs.

After 400,000+ miles of '99 coils & a few sets of Bilsteins, I couldn't be happier with how the truck rides & handles these days.


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