Here'* the deal with what you need. You can do this two ways. You really only need the rubber bushings, and the supplied washers. So you can just buy two rear kits....
front - Buy Energy Suspension kit #9.8120RC.
rear Energy Suspension kit # 9.8105RC
These ARE NOT Part Numbers, and they do not crossreference. You'll have to ask where the energy suspension parts are, and look on the #'* on the box. They only had one rear kit in stock, so i bought a rear and front kit. The front kit has 6 bushings, and the two rods that they sit on, the rear kit has 8 bushings. You only need bushings, you can reuse the rods if you want. The rear kit is cheaper by a couple bux.
EDIT: I had to use a grinder to remove my rear ones, the bolts were rusted solid. So we had to buy new hardware. Make damn sure you have access to another car or bike or something incase you need to pickup more parts.
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