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Old 05-03-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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Polyurethane front bushings

I have a used set up for front springs with stock size bushings. The shackle bushings are ORD with greasable bolts. The front bushings are from some pro-comp lift springs that I got rid of. They all have bolts, sleeves and bushing halves. These have been installed and show signs, but should last a long time anyway. They were really only in the truck for a few wheeling trips before I got different springs. The grey stuff all over them is anti seize.

$50, ground shipping to lower 48 included. I accept PAYPAL.

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ORD shackle bushings, narrow shoulders go in the frame, wide shoulders go in rear end of front spring. Can't remember the diameter off hand.
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Pro-comp bushings 1.5" non-greasable, goes in front end of front spring. ORD can sell you the bolts seperately.
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