complete, what next?
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: United Kingdom
It's not going to be ARB bushes. The ARB only applies any load during cornering; and due to being connected by drop links, with spherical joints at each end, it cannot apply any lateral load on the suspension. In effect it is just an extra (torsion) spring that only applies load when one wheel raises and the other lowers, applying torsion to the bar.
From what you're saying one or both wheels are moving forward when accellerating and backward when braking, thus scribing an arc and altering the steer angle. I would check the steering ball joints. If they're OK then there is only one connection to the front hub that controls the fore-aft movement of the front wheel and that is the lower control arm (wishbone).
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