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Was looking for passenger side a arm bushing for the rear of the a arm it connects to bottom of the car and keeps the tire from moving front to back cant find it its a big bushing were do i get it

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From an aftermarket parts store, Moog makes good ones. if no luck there, for sure you can get one from the dealer.

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