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Last weekend I had replaced the driver side hub, and also replaced the rear brake pads and the fluid while I was at it, any who, when I was doing the work I noticed that the bushings for the lower A arms looked like they were dry rotted and I am having a difficult time finding them any where. I am also having a difficult time finding the A arm period.... I figured, if I was going though all that effort, why not replace the whole thing, but as I said I am having a hard time finding them. I have been able to find one bushing, but that won't cut it....I am wondering if any one, any where happens to know where I would be able to pick up a set of A arms(NEW), both driver and passenger side. I am also thinking I should also replace the sway bar bushings as well, BC they are just as old as everything else, I would appreciate info on those as well....I mean I probably could get the two bushings and a new ball joint/s, but that is a PITA job and I just don't want to do that....I would appreciate any info anyone might be able to provide....Thank you in advance....
 

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2001 Seville STS, 1990 Seville (RIP), 1972 Sedan Deville
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For parts, try Rippy Cadillac (look on the sidebar to the right) gmpartsdirect.com and gmpartsgiant.com. The sway bar to cradle bushings are a pita to replace, if the bushings are in decent condition, don't replace them until necessary, but it's really up to you.
 
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