If you want to order and do-it-yourself, the Benz-Bin has decent
Be sure to get inner and outer sway bar bushings. I don't know of any
bearings involved. I just had mine replaced. Eliminated that slight
"klunk-klunk" sound coming from the front end when going over uneven
pavement and potholes.
This fix shouldn't be more than $150 to have someone do it for you.
Depends on labor charge. I would say 1.5 hours max, parts at $25. If
its more labor time or parts $$ than that, then they are ripping you
for the premium.
BTW, new bushings really help quiet the front end, and improve ride.
I spent $$$ on struts, end-tie rods, new A-arms, strut mounts, and
stabilizer shock before I did the sway bar bushings. I probably
should have started at the sway bar bushings (least $$$) and gone the
other direction. :-)
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