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Lower Control Arms Shot at 55k???


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I have a 2018 2500 crew cab and started having some steering vibration and took my truck in and was told the lower control arm bushings were shot.     Seems a little premature on a totally stock truck that has all if it's miles on southern California highways.    

 

Anyone else have this issue?

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I'm sure that's the problem.    You can feel it in the steering wheel.    There shouldn't be any reason they are shot with this many miles.    I can replace them but I want to know why they wore out in the first place.  

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