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This is a discussion on Whiteline Chassis Control Bushings within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Has any gone through and done "re-bush" on a 2011-2014 hatch? I'm talking about the Rear Crossmember - mount insert ...

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    Whiteline Chassis Control Bushings

    Has any gone through and done "re-bush" on a 2011-2014 hatch?

    I'm talking about the Rear Crossmember - mount insert bushing, the Rear Diff - mount in cradle insert bushing, etc is there a detectable difference?

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    No one tried the Whiteline bushing sets?

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    It's no secret I love chassis/suspension bushings, so my opinion may be biased, but considering you benefit from them every time you drive your car, I would say yes, they're worthwhile.

    The full bushings are a little more expensive than the insert brethren, but for what you pay for the subframe and differential inserts, it should be a no-brainer.
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    I have the differential inserts, I do feel the difference. It's nothing drastic but well worth the cost.

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