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i was told today by MB service that my CASTER BUCKETS both right and left are worn and should be replaced along with the IDLE ARM BUSHING and the TIE ROD on the right side....before i do a alighment.....but i dont know where the CASTER BUCKETS is located. and i cant find it under that nameis there another name for it........and who in BOSTON MA can do the job......i've used Europen Car Doctor in the fenway and A2Z in Roxbury the past any other good mancanic?
James
 

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caster buckets are the thinsg that hold the guide rods in place, there onder the car atached to the frame near whenre your foot would be when driving. youl see a long rod stiking out of this caster bucket and atach itself to the front control arms on the suspention.
 
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