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Subaru Steering Components

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Whiteline Bushings Reviews


Great product!

Reviewed By Christopher C (Crestview, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Impreza —2/3/2014 2:48 PM

this is the cheapest solution for camber adjustment on a subtle lowering. if you need more than 0.5* camber adjustment, go with a lateral link. install is straightforward. difficult to remove the pressed-in factory bushings from the A-arm.I used heat to melt the factory bushing. camber adjustment is a little tricky because you have two bushings per arm to adjust.

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Whiteline Strut Mounts Reviews


Excellent upgrade over stock without breaking the bank.

Reviewed By Malcolm K (Grand Blanc, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 Pontiac G8 —7/30/2014 5:06 PM

Strut mount replacement is common for the G8's. After researching everyone recommended the Whiteline mounts. I've been driving on these for about a week and the front end no longer has the annoying clunks. I also swapped my end links with Whiteline units and the steering feel is much improved. The only negative so far is the installations directions. Whiteline only provided very basic instructions with no pictures. I found much better instructions with Torque specs on line.

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Whiteline Anti Lift Kits Reviews


WALK is a great product to have in any modified suspension.

Reviewed By Teresa G (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Volkswagen Rabbit —2/28/2014 4:51 AM

I lowered my VW MKV with coil overs and my car is lowered 2". I bought these to help with the negative camber and also replace the lower control arm bushings. Great product. Easy to install. 0.5 degrees of positive camber is noticeable in hard turns. Traction is slightly better from a stand still start. One thing to be weary of is that if you move your subframe around while installing it, it could mess with your alignment so be weary of that. Try to mark where the nuts were beforehand.

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