That is the info I needed to know!
You applied where there is a will there surely must be a way, to get er done. I may have to machine as well although... I might have another way to get er done...
Now that I have a part number at aprox 10,000th larger than required, and my thought now travels & twists into the next dimension...Measure that bushing exactly.
Contact Moog and Spicer since they manufacture them and ask for their assistance in a cross reference list that will give me a range of bushings that will be thinner in diameter that is similar...
Once the bushing is pressed out and obtain interior measurement,I will be able to use the cross reference lists from the manufacturers and possible find one to press in without machining.
Or u may see a photo of me in the back room at Napa opening bushing boxes for a while! (LOL) my bud at Napa said go for it..
What I really would like to accomplish is a save the world (97PA) result where all can simply use a part number that presses right in without machining.
And it all begins because Mark gave me a starting point by posting that part number.
This story will be continued in the future..
1997 Buick Pk Ave (Soft Ride) Suspension!
Last edited by Soft Ride; 01-22-2014 at 03:49 PM.