So I set aside today to replace all of my front end bushings on my '72 240 w/ a set from Energy Suspension.Lo and behold, what do I find? Some interesting things. For one I find that a previous owner put in the "Performance T/C rod kit" You know the one w/ a metal cup and plastic fitting instead of a bushing on the front side. He also left the original rubber bushing in the back. Kinda defeats the purpose doesn't it? Also I've been having some tire wear problems as well, the driver's side front has severe wear on the outside edge only. Well, come to find out that the front control arm bushings were replaced w/ an adjustable type. I've never heard of these before, have you? Anyway the bushings on it were wasted, so I just took them out, Apparently they were way out of adjustment anyway. The question is where did these come from? It seems to me that using these would be alot easier than installing camder plates. Problem is the bushings on them are shot. Any body interested in them? I'll let 'em go for cheap. Well the front end is much better now and the shimmy is almost gone. I'm thinking ball joints and inner tie rod ends next. Any body know where I can get a set of inner tie rod ends for a '72 240?