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Old 07-10-2006, 11:21 PM   #1
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need endlink mounting bushings for front where sway mounts to frame and want to redo back sway bar hardware what should i get?
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To my knowledge no one has found and posted an aftermarket replacement. At least in urethane...
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What about the energy suspension endlinks they talk about here; begins on pg2.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...rgy+suspension
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Those don't include the centerlinks to the frame that the topic is asking about.
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Any update on a poly bushing provider for our cars?
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Wow..you found an old one.

Urethane is available via Energy Suspension.
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Center bushings are also available in red poly now. I have a set I just got from jr's3800. PM him a link to this topic for a source.
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