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Old 05-01-2020, 07:29 PM #46
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Awesome! I'm glad they worked out, I also recommend Whiteline sway bar bushings as well for cheap buck mods that pays off.
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I installed the front and rear whiteline poly sway bushings. Havent installed the rear endlink poly bushings yet, and no driving yet. will update with my experience.

Upon install I can feel a significant difference in the poly vs oem rubber compound though. And mine should be "almost new". my 2018 only has 14k miles since i got it new. We will see how significantly it improves handling.
Do you have a link? Didn't see them on the whiteline website.
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Do you have a link? Didn't see them on the whiteline website.
I got them on ebay but part#s are
W23432 front and W21053G rear.

The front for sure is an exact match. I think the rear sway is 19mm but the OEM bushings were labeled "20". the whitelines said 19mm. They fit fine though.
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Awesome! I'm glad they worked out, I also recommend Whiteline sway bar bushings as well for cheap buck mods that pays off.
For sure, a simple cheap mod that is noticeable. Never going back to OEM gummybear bushings again
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