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Old 11-16-2004, 08:25 AM   #1
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I want to get sway bar frame bushings for my 99 SSEi, but need to know the size for both. I would assume that it would be the biggest offered, but you never know with GM.

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99 SSEi
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All stock.

Also, where can I get polyurithane ones? My rubber ones are SHOT .

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we need to know what the suspension codes is first off of your RPO ocdes. I would guess that you have FE2 but you never know. look at the label on your spare tire cover the suspension code starts with an F
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I kinda figured so, I'll have them for you on lunch.
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Anyone?

From what I have searched here it should have a 32 MM up front, but they also offer a 34MM at the parts store. Looking to get the parts purchased this week for this project.

I dont have access to mikes or calipers right now.

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i cant remember the size now.......... i know dame order has the sizes of the different swaybars
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No way to tell without measuring the car. Could be 30 or 32.
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Ok, I got my mics back from QC dept. I came up with 1.2560in which is 31.90MM. I would say its a 32mm. Thanks for the help.

I cant find Poly anywhere and all the parts stores only have rubber and have to order them from the distributer 3-4 day wait. I think im just going to get em from the dealer. I have to get the rears too as one of those has a rip in it. It is amazing what road salt will do to rubber.

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Ok, I went to look the part numbers up on GMPD.com and they offer two different ones for 32mm, here are the descriptions.

Center,32mm I.D.,Brown 14086832
Center,32mm I.D.,White 14086877

Im thinking brown is just rubber and white is poly/neoprene?

Any insight is appreciated as I need to order these today from the dealer to have them by the weekend.

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I'm curious about the white ones!

There are two sways as mentioned, FE1 sway bar, and the one for everything else, FE2, F41.

SSEi'* have FE2 stock, and F41 option.
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