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Mustache bar bushings? 92 Loyale Wgn

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#1 colemanapp


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Posted 15 April 2014 - 08:01 PM

I think I've finally isolated the clanking in the back to the worn out mustache bar bushings on my 92 Loyale Wagon? So far I've replaced front struts and mounts, rear shocks. It rides great but the clanking gotta be fixed. I haven't check the dealer but it seems like I might not be able to just get a new pair. I saw an old post where someone used some fiber/rubber steering disks to tighten up the bushings.

Any ideas on how to fix this or possibly find the bushings?

#2 colemanapp


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Posted 29 April 2014 - 05:46 PM

ended up filling in the old worn out bushings with 3M window weld. Looks great so far. I did have to let the car sit for a couple days while that stuff dried out.

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