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Q: How many bushings are required for each control arm?

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I'm trying to replace my control arm bushings and don't know how many to order. How many are required per control arm

Hello - control arms usually have 2 bushings, but sometimes only 1 - depends on the suspension design. If you could provide the year, make and model of the vehicle, and whether it is for the front or rear suspension, we can provide a more precise answer.

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