Yep, I already had to replace the front upper bushings. Those blew out in less than one season and were definitely from the bad batch of RE rubber bushings. I *had* super ride front uppers, super flex rear uppers. When the front uppers blew out, I got some new rubber bushings, and bought some new flex uppers. I put in the flex uppers first, and find those are just fine for me. I will leave those in there, since front control arms are a major PITA to remove and reinstall.
The rear uppers I installed are ball joint, super flex, type control arms. I looked at all the rubber end bushings and did not see any problems, but then, sometimes a simple visual inspection will not reveal that a bushing is blown out.
Thanks for the list, I will run through all of them and look.
Originally Posted by newfieZJ
The upper RE arms could still be in question . Depending on when they were made , they may have the "bad" bushings that RE has offered free replacement on .
track bar bushings
make sure the springs aren't catching on the bump stops
loose parts like exhaust
Not much else back there