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honda civic anti roll bar bushes

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honda CIVIC VIII

From Sep 2005 to Feb 2012

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honda CIVIC VIII Hatchback

From Sep 2005 to Feb 2012

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honda CIVIC VI Coupe

From Feb 2001 to Dec 2005

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honda CIVIC VII

From Feb 2001 to Sep 2005

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honda CIVIC VII Hatchback

From Jan 2000 to Feb 2006

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honda CIVIC VI Estate

From Apr 1998 to Feb 2001

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honda CIVIC VI Coupe

From Mar 1996 to Dec 2000

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honda CIVIC VI

From Oct 1995 to Mar 2001

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honda CIVIC VI Hatchback

From Oct 1995 to Feb 2001

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honda CIVIC VI Hatchback

From Sep 1994 to Feb 2001

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honda CIVIC V Coupe

From Aug 1993 to Mar 1996

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honda CIVIC V

From Oct 1991 to Dec 1995

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honda CIVIC V Hatchback

From Oct 1991 to Nov 1995

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honda civic anti roll bar bushes

The anti-roll bar (also called the sway bar or the stabiliser bar) is a part of your vehicle’s suspension system that connects the left and right wheel together to help limit body roll and keep wheels in contact with the ground. Anti-roll bar bushes are found between the joints of this system. As its name implies, an anti-roll bar reduces your vehicle’s roll when cornering. The bushings are made of rubber, nylon or polyurethane and wear out over time. If your anti-roll bar bushings are worn, you might hear squeaks or rattles coming from under your vehicle