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Old 11-17-2004, 09:43 AM   #1
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Default Rear sway bar link assy

The bushings (center) on my rear sway bar are ripped, dried out due to the NYS road salt. I want to change them but the links themselves are in bad shape. Suprising because the undercarrage is spotless on my car. I have the part number for the link assy (25602320) but need to know if the bushings come with it. The dealer is not sure. I guess I could order it all and only take what I need, but I would rather not do that to the parts guy.

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Upon further thought, I have to say no because then there would be two part numbers for the links because there is two different size bars, and there is only one link part number.

BTW the rear bushing part numbers are:

18mm 25558128
22mm 25558129
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