Originally Posted by theterminator93
The steering wheel is loose or the steering wheel vibrates at speed (as if the front wheels were out of balance)?
Strut rod bushings from Ford are about $20 for the LCA side and it's roughly $120 for the frame side kit (per side).
The frame kit is no longer available except when someone has old stock on the shelf.
The BUSHINGS are.
Just bought the frame side, both sides for $42 including tax.
The control arm side end up being about $50 for both sides, plus some for tax.
(Tax is at 9% around here, BTW).
All other parts - Moog or Motorcraft for the win.
(I posted a pick list for RockAuto showing both 89-92 and 93-up sway bar end links, here in the Suspension forum. Or was it on SCCoA? Never mind, if it's not here, I'll post a link here to the PDF I generated last night.)
Edit: Yep, link was here: http://forums.tccoa.com/showpost.php...66&postcount=5
Feel free to use it for the Moog part numbers. Also check - I listed both the early and the later sway bar end links (the knuckles are different, so the mount point is different.) IF you have a set available at the local boneyard, I'd swap to the newer spindles and brake calipers especially if you're doing both upper and lower control arms.
Also, so far I've had good luck with the Dorman UCAs - they have a beefy cap over the ball joint. However, I still recommend, unless you want to experiment like I've done (BTW - ACDelco frame side strut rod bushings? Not worth the money. Seriously. I got less than a month, and spent the last two days pulling ferrules out of a boneyard so I can redo them with the Ford rubber) going Moog or Motorcraft.