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If your steering is already wobbling to the point you were worried then you have already identified a risk, and you're the best judge of whether it's a safety issue. As for the other potential damage, bushings serve two main purposes: Dampen movement: this makes for tighter steering and better ride Protect the metal parts from rubbing: once the bushings are ...


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Danger is a very subjective term but I'd say that a worn bushing is unlikely to lead to a catastrophic failure in the short term. Usually it's the rubber or plastic portion of the bushing that is encased in a steel housing. So that allows the held part to wobble about and cause handling and steering issues. As long as your handling and steering are still ...


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