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I am replacing my sway bar bushing, tension rod, end links, steering rack, control arm, and steering coupler bushings. Should I follow any order in replacing or just go at it?
 

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> I am replacing my sway bar bushing, tension
> rod, end links, steering rack, control arm,
> and steering coupler bushings. Should I
> follow any order in replacing or just go at
> it?
I just did all the front end and rear minus spindal
rod. Order all at once for the front end. You will
need to have the control arms pressed out if they
are in even fair shape. I went for the urethane
from Motorstport. The streering rack bushings
do not fit. Get the original from Datsun.......Tne
others were OK
 

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> I am replacing my sway bar bushing, tension
> rod, end links, steering rack, control arm,
> and steering coupler bushings. Should I
> follow any order in replacing or just go at
> it?

I just did my front end, geared toward autocross. New urethane bushings for sway bar, Steering rack, T/C rods, Steering coupler and Delrin/Alum for control arms. Much better steering response and I get -1 degree camber. You'll probably want to do the rack bushings while the control arms are out for better access. The control arm bushings have to be pressed out anyway. The order of the others doesn't matter.
 
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