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The LX rear suspension is designed to be on a removable subframe, so that every rear suspension part attaches on to the subframe, and then the subframe is bolted to the car. We have found on nearly every car that we've done, that the rear subframe is being allowed to move so much that it is contacting the unibody of the car. This will in turn cause some noises over certain bumps, and with that much slop in the bushings, the rear tires in turn are not being held in line with the body of the car.

YouTube - LX rear crossmember bushing disconnect

This amount of play at the foundation of the rear suspension is very problematic to a good handling car. The play give a disconnected feel of the rear suspension, and in a performance application it is not something that we like to see. The replacement Pedders bushings take care of all of this, and provide a ton more support, with virtually no loss of comfort, or added noise.
 
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