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Unread 06-19-2013, 07:07 PM   #1
grenade187
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JBA Lift - Upper front shock bushing deformation

Hey all - been noticing a clunk lately in the front end only when straightening the wheels after a sharp right turn. Got under it today and started making sure everything was tight when I noticed my upper shock mount bushings (2 plastic ones that come with the JBA coilovers) have deformed, allowing the shock to sit higher up in the bracket, causing the shock and clunk against the bracket in the right conditions.

Here's a couple pics - anyone else ever have a problem with these?

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