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Ok, I need the "Torque Strut" and I don't know which one at RockAuto is the correct one because they do not use the same names as the service manual.

I need to know if I need Flennor Part # FL703H OR FL417H or neither.

Also, is there a cheaper option of replacing only the bushing? If so how hard is it to do and what tools are needed? (Don't have a press.)
 

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Peachparts has a tool rental program. MB has a few different kinds of bushing replacement tools....usually expensive to buy outright. I have links to the tools somewhere.....but renting is the way to go. I'll be doing this in the Spring hopefully.....

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Bushings are non-replaceable. You need to purchase the arm.

Purchase it off autohausarizona.com if you just need a specific one, otherwise buy the entire rear arm kit.
 

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