I did the same reapir as you (drivers axle/companion flange and the bushing) and still had some vibration afterwards, but less. Make sure all torque spec for y our control arm and stanchion arm bolts to subframe are right, check bolt joint, struts, and everything else while your in there, I also had my wheels re-balanced by a reputable indy. Im not sure what did it for me, but my car (front end)is as tight as anyone could ask for. Also, check stabilizer bushings, tie rodends, and bushings on rack in center of fire wall(tie rod end). Do you feel you have alot of movement in your passenger side companion flange area?.. Oh, by the way, my car is a 1997 900
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