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Old 01-16-2013, 09:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey good morning everybody I don't post here much. I own a 300 all wheel drive 2005 with about 140000 kilometers on it. I just rented the new 200 Chrysler only 100 kms on it and I love the new car feeling how crisp the suspension is in the steering just the way the car feels when you're driving. Is there anyway to get that new car feeling On my old.2005 300.
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Yes. Replace the suspension bushings including the rear cradle bushes. Replace your shocks. Steering end links tension strut bushes should also be replaced.
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Okay are these parts available aftermarket with urethane. Bushings for the awd? Do you recommend oem or aftermarket shocks?
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Shocks I have no idea what to recommend. as far as the rest-Pedders
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Pedders for the bushes, Bilstein for the shocks would be my recommendations.
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