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I'm planning on a suspension overhaul this summer, and it starts with all new control arm assemblies (all 8), with the expectation that this will replace both worn bushings and ball joints.

I understand that there are many factors to the longevity of any item, but generally, how long do stock bushings last for? I'm not going with the TM Engineering / Daizen polyurethane bushings because while it improves steering response and handling, I don't want a stiffer ride.

If any has any estimates of mileage and/or years that stock bushings last for, based on your experiences, please share them.

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-Brian.
 

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My rear upper control arm bushings went at 110K. Replaced both control arms, no more squeak from hell. Also replaced rear struts at the same time, they were pretty well shot.
 
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