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Old 10-29-2009, 09:53 PM   #1
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So I need to replace some cradle bushings but I can find the parts anywhere. where can I find them I also need the big washer/retainer. Thanks alot guys.
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Have you checked at Auto Parts Fast at RockAuto Try sending a PM to billboost, I'm sure he knows where to get them. Otherwise Jegs or summit racing.
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Them suckers aren't cheap at the dealer! After all my rear ones rotted out, I decided to bite the bullet and replace them all. I had to replace the upper washer, donut, bottom donut, and the lower washer. That and there are 4 back there!! I had to cut holes in the floor to get at them. I also had to weld new steel onto the subframe itself it was that badly rotted. I think it cost 300 to 400 for the mounts! OUCH! After that, it felt like driving a new car!

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I one of the is totally gone and I'll have to tack in a new piece of metal. I found nothing on Rock auto which sucks.
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Justin.. if you want, I typically get near cost at the dealer. Toss me your VIN and I'll go see Pete the parts guy.

I did them all the bushings on my car. Made a huge difference in handling and tightening up the car.

Got washers at the JY...not ideal but if they are still good...hadn't noticed one or two of mine were in poor shape.
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