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Rear sway bar size
#1
I have a factory sway bar and I measure it at 1/2". I'm trying to replace all the bushings for it but summit and jegs can't find the bushings in that size. What am I missing?
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#2
I bought the 3/4" size and wrapped the sway bar with some scrap rubber strapping until the bushing fit and installed.
Thanks, Jay
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#3
(01-22-2020, 07:17 PM)clevelandcoupe Wrote: I bought the 3/4" size and wrapped the sway bar with some scrap rubber strapping until the bushing fit and installed.
Thanks, Jay
Which brand bar did you buy?
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#4
I replaced that size last year. They are out there. I'll see if I can find what vendor I used.
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#5
Not sure if this is the one I used or not, but a link to one example.

https://www.energysuspensionparts.com/9.5102

Scott
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BeerDontCount Wrote:Not sure if this is the one I used or not, but  a link to one example.

https://www.energysuspensionparts.com/9.5102

Scott
Perfect. Thanks
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#7
You need to use the brackets that come with the bushings. The factory bushings are much taller.


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