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Old 02-25-2012, 09:50 AM   #11
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Do u know the proper name because they have no idea what im referring to
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Energy Suspension/2 pcs. red soft bushing universal complete isolator mount includes 4 pcs. bushing, 4 pcs. washer and 2 pcs. sleeve

Part Number: 9.4102R


I used your specific vehicle on autozones website. Did a search for "bushings" and found this in the accessories for body mount. From the looks of the piece count, it appears you may need more than one kit.
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The bushings should be somewhat universal, at least that is what I gathered from a little reading, I wanted to know all I could because eventually I will do the ones on my 96' PA N/A

I'm probably going with the graphite impregnated 9.4102G, they are poly as well...
Some info on red/vs black here.
http://www.energysuspensionparts.com...=Color&optid=1


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So what they are saying is, it doesn't really matter which ones you get, they are still going to outlast the car you put them in.
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I think its a dealer only item...its a subframe/a-frame bushing from what Advance told me which they nor any other ordinary parts store will carry.
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Autozone says its a special order item, which they can order and have it at your store in a few days. Or, you can take the part number, and go straight to the manufacturers website and order directly. Never take a salesperson word.
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