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#2: 06-08-2012, 03:10 PM
 
 bluesuby
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The bushings need to be pressed out so there's a special tool and time issue. I would not replace the bushings with a stock Subaru part because I never had to replace bushings on any other car I've owned and at 75,000 miles that's very poor reliability to me. A lot of the Perrin and Whiteline bushings change the caster angle. I selected Whitelines which maintained the stock caster angle. I had them installed at Fred Beans with a set of Konis and I'm pleased with the result.