Shocks, springs, sway bars, coliovers, bushings, brakes, wheels, tires - This is the place to discuss G-Series suspension modifications!
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- Joined: Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:34 pm
- Car: 2004 G35 sedan VQ35Det AT
I have a 04 g35 sedan AT i have a set of D2 rs. I have the upper front control arms, have the rear upper camber arms will be getting the lower camber arms along with the traction bars. Thinking i should replace the compression rod bushings as well as the control arm bushings for the front of the car, maybe the rear control arm bushings Has anyone else went all out when getting coilovers
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- Car: 2004 6 speed G35 Sedan, 2011 G37x, 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R SR20DET, C7Z06
- Location: Louisville, KY
Compression rod bushings are a high fail issue on this car. Whiteline makes an essentials bushing kit specifically for it and we carry it on our website as well.
https://www.tunerzstore.com/Infiniti-G3 ... s-350z-g35
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- Car: 04 G35
- Location: Stuck in the middle.
Define all out?
I say the lower control arm bushing are the most common to go.. then the compression rod bushings.
The vehicle essential kit in the post above mine covers all the bases pretty well actually.
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