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2002 Honda Civic Control Arm Bushing

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Moog Control Arm Bushing - Front Lower Rearward
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Our List Price: $12.08
(>35) In Stock
Part Number: 6014-05093048
Notes: Suspension Control Arm Bushing -- Problem Solver - Design Allows Ease Of Installation
Position: Front Lower Rearward
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: B
Vehicle
2002 Honda Civic

Moog Control Arm Bushing - Front Lower Forward
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Our List Price: $24.08
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Part Number: 6014-05327336
Notes: Suspension Control Arm Bushing -- Problem Solver - Durable Socket Design Eases Installation; Vertical Mount
Position: Front Lower Forward
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: B
Vehicle
2002 Honda Civic

Moog Control Arm Bushing - Front Lower Forward
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Our List Price: $11.08
(>35) In Stock
Part Number: 6014-05083070
Notes: Suspension Control Arm Bushing -- Problem Solver; Vertical Mount
Position: Front Lower Forward
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: B
Vehicle
2002 Honda Civic

Moog Control Arm Bushing - Rear Lower Outer Rearward

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Our List Price: $16.73

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Part Number: 6014-07303720
Notes: Suspension Control Arm Bushing
Position: Rear Lower Outer Rearward
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: C
Vehicle
2002 Honda Civic

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Control Arm Bushing Reviews - 2002 Honda Civic
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I didn't need to talk to anyone... I easily found what I was looking for and got it... I had no reason to return it...No more clunking... drives about as smooth as a baby's bottom... the only downside is that you need an alignment afterwards... and getting that tie rod off is tough... i recommend you use a tie fork and a hammer... and if you don't have a hydraulic press to get those stock bushings off... go to a shop... they will get it off... then enjoy


April 27th, 2013 | Posted by KP



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