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Looking to get ahead and have my bushings ready to install in my control arms next time work slows down at my shop. What's the best option for our cars?
 

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I'm assuming you are meaning the front control arms. If that is the case, then the part is listed on Powerflex USA's website. Below are links to some (I had looked up the part numbers previously on the UK Powerflex website and found them on the USA Powerflex website).

Front Bushing: https://www.powerflexusa.com/shop/product/pff19-8011blk-ford-focus-mk1-mk2-mk3-mazda3-volvo-c30-s40-v50-front-control-arm-lower-front-bushing-14-mm-bolt-2588
Rear Bushing: https://www.powerflexusa.com/shop/product/pff19-1202-ford-focus-mk2-mk3-mazda3-volvo-s40-c30-v50-front-lower-control-arm-rear-bushing-2790
 

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for the front control arm, rear bushing, full send bracket and bushing.


Here is the page for full parts and diagram of locations.
 

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I have installed all the stock bushings with the Powerflex road series bushings. To complement the Powerflex bushings, i also installed the following sway bars;
  • James Barone Racing Tru-Torsion.125 Adjustable Front Sway Bar
  • Tru-Torsion.125 Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
The car now handles better and has much less body roll. I would highly recommend the installation of the Powerflex road series bushings as well as a front & rear sway bar upgrade.

You won't be disappointed.
 
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