Originally Posted by OSUTX440
Yeah, i think I may have confused you, G. There is a poly bushing at the bottom of the "Y", under the bolt that you get to by getting the back seat out.
there is no bushings or anything at the top of the "Y" that connects to the axle...or at least not on mine. Are you trying to tell me there should be? Because all I have there is the original factory bolt.
The UCA connects at two points, the unibody bracket, and the rear end. The unibody bracket connects to the UCA via a poly or delrin bushing depending on which one you bought, or even a roto-joint. You have the poly. IIRC there are two spacers that get installed with that side of the UCA. Make sure those were installed if needed. The poly bushing uses a smaller bolt IIRC hence the need for the spacers.
On the rear end side there is a rubber bushing that is set into the rear end. That can also be replaced because if you look at it, the bolt hole isn't a hole but is slightly oblong due to the way they make it. It's not a tube, it's a piece of rolled metal that doesn't meet perfectly. This can be part of your clunk as well. I replaced this bushing with a poly bushing and then more recently I swapped it to a roto-join bushing.
My LCA's and UCA on the rear end side are all roto joint and I did that to reduce bind when cornering. Rubber bushings don't like to rotate and poly bushings even more so.