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If you have a micrometer (fancy word for a very accurate measuring tool) you could check, BUT, the odds are you have the right bushing and it is indeed a VERY tight fit.
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- Put the new bushing in your freezer overnight and KEEP IT COLD until you're ready to install it.
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Sound can transmit from one end of the car to the other, but the noise was heard in the rear and the balljoints are in the front.

The sway bar and its' bushings can make a noise. You will get body lean on turns with worn components, and some rear drive models have links which can break and detach.

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But get the wheel bearing fixed. Have tierod ends checked. The guy under the car will have a better idea of its physical condition than what we can tell online.


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