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> FS A - arm bushings New with option for special tools, $29 (for all4) bushings Add $30 for the tools
Mikey914
post Dec 7 2017, 11:13 AM
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we have made the parts like the factory bushing and a special tool to help install these.

One of the problems with installation of this part is when you get to the part where the tube holds that end from sliding down the shaft you have a "sharp edge" from the metal the rubber can catch on. If it catches you will scar the inside rubber. This will make a second attempt more difficult. The tool helps to make this process much easier.

We have made the delrin "tools" to allow you to use a 1/2" stainless rod with some nuts and large washers to install. There is a taper to allow the rubber to clear the edge of the A arm without catching it. You will still need lots of lubrication

I had Cary do up one for me and fully document this so that you will have some instruction as how to do this. We are currently compiling and putting this together now.

PM me or bump I'll send you the codes to get at his price. Reg price will be $48 for the bushings.


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post Dec 8 2017, 12:33 AM
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post Dec 8 2017, 07:25 AM
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I need a set with out bushings. Are they in stock now ?
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post Dec 8 2017, 11:00 AM
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Bushings in stock the tools are just finishing up this weekend.
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