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Swapping control arms, old BDS for new design

My replacement control arms showed up today, thanks to BDS for honoring their warranty with such ease.

BDS finally revamped their bushings. No more polyurethane!! So happy to have fixed (not press in) rubber bushings. Will equate to better longevity, and a couple less points to grease. Still great value for the money.

They're also now driver and passenger specific, with bends in and up for more ground and tire clearance.

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