I recently removed my K-Mac rear camber & toe kit from my second car. The bushings are used, but are in excellent shape.
Please note that since these are polyurethane bushings, they can squeak slightly... you only hear it with the window down, at low speeds, going over a bump (for example, a speed bump in a parking lot). The squeak cannot be heard from inside the car with the windows up. K-Mac includes a small packet of white grease for the bushings which is supposed to prevent the sqeak, this lubricant is included. I decided to try the RDMTEK rear camber correction kit, which is non-adjustable, and is more expensive ($250 for camber alone, plus an additional $240 for modified tie rods)... but it uses stock rubber bushings which are silent. I do not recommend K-Mac kit for street use due to the squeaking noise, which I found annoying... I recommend the RDM TEK
items instead, and that's what I'm using on my car. The RDM TEK kit is non-adjustable, but that wasn't a concern for my intended use. The K-Mac is great for track or autox use, or if you don't mind the squeaking.
Please note that I am selling a pair of complete lower control arms (LCA's) with bushings already installed, as shown in the photos below. This will save you at least 2 hours of labor... it is a HUGE pain to remove the stock bushings from the LCA so you can install the K-Mac bushings!! The tie rod bushings are NOT installed, you will need to remove your existing tie rod bushings, but this is easily accomplished using a bench vise and appropriate-size sockets as shown here
. More photos showing the installation process are at this link
These will fit all 124's except wagons, as well as most 129, 170, 202, 203, 208, 209, and 210 chassis. Current MSRP on the K-Mac kit is $320, lowest price I know of is approx $300 shipped, and you'd still need to spend a few hours extracting those blasted bushings from the control arm!