I know these bushings have been talked about on here before for the rear lower control arms and I know at least one had purchased them but hadn't installed them. There's probably others. My '02 LSE with almost 200K in miles had started to really feel loose in the rear end especially on the highway with a cross wind. I had replaced the front tie rods and rear lateral bars, which needed to be replaced, had helped but hadn't eliminated the floaty feeling. By jacking the car up and using a crow bar, I could move the control arms around a 1/2 inch or so with no effort! I could have just installed the stock style fluid filled bushings but if I'm going to do it I might as well do these. Well, I picked these up from Power flex a little before Christmas and had them installed at a local shop in a spare set of lower rear control arms that I had. With it being so cold I held off on actually installing the arms until this last weekend. Man, talk about a night and day difference!! I didn't realize how bad my car was until I swapped the arms! The car has a definite tight feeling especially in the turns, the rear tracks the front like its on rails, Incredible! Very flat in the turns and very responsive! The ride quality change is barely noticeable with no deterioration in comfort. You wouldn't think Poly had been installed. An alignment is necessary after the install. For those that don't know, Powerflex doesn't list the LS, but its Jaguar counterpart, the S type is listed. PowerflexUSA You have to use the bushings from the 98-02 cars which is a perfect fit at least for the 1st Gen LS, I'm not sure on 2nd Gen. There are 3 bushings for each arm for a total of six. Jaguar S Type (98 - 02) Rear Lower Arm Outer Bushing Jaguar S Type (98 - 02) Rear Lower Arm Inner Front Bushing Jaguar S Type (98 - 02) Rear Lower Arm Inner Rear Bushing The bushings I purchased are the Black series which is reported to be 90% stiffer then stock. If you have to swap bushings I highly recommend these!!