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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
these bushings press out of the knuckle in only one direction yes they are replaceable and available for aftermarket you can call me 1-270-746-9850 and i can explain how to press them in and out had the same problem with my secretary's caddy and we replaced them and no problems since
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Your car is swaying side-to-side because of a really serious suspension issue. It needs immediate attention. Like NOW. What can happen with no warning whatsoever is that you can instantly loose total control of the car. That translates into a potentially very serious accident. Such as going down the road at 70 miles and hour and suddenly flipping over a 6 times and then shooting across the median into a van full of children and everyone gets killed. Not the type thing you plan on.
Am I exaggerating? No!
If you are going to fix the car yourself. Using a good quality jack. First, to answer your question, jack up each rear wheel and remove the tire and examine the suspension system parts. You will find some sort of component that is very loose. Such as a bushing that has no rubber left in it, or a ball joint that is about to let go. If it is a bushing, then it is not as serious. If it is a worn ball joint, it may not be so easily detected. However a worn ball joint is deadly serious.
If you are not a skilled fix it yourself type of person, then the next trip or tow should be to a honest certified mechanic. I'm not exaggerating when I describe what can happen. A good friend of mine in a relatively new SUV flipped over the edge of a bridge with his young wife in the car. Luckily they lived. There wasn't a hint of warning.
I hope this helps,
Best Regards and good luck with this.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
Let me guess, you have a superduty that has a lift kit and big wheels and tires on the stock hubs. This is a no no. When the bigger wheels and tires are installed, there is an offset that moves the wheels out away from the truck. This puts a lot of stress on the hub assembly. I saw a kit for this on tv the other day. I think it's made by raybestos. It converts the truck over to the older style spindle and hub assembly. This will allow you to service the bearings. But the main advantage is that you won't be going through bearings. Just look around online and see if you can find anything about this.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
Yes, but not always cost effective. Some performance aftermarket companies have them available, and Ebay is as good as any source for locating them.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
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