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Old 11-16-2006, 10:23 PM   #1
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I noticed the last time i had the car above my head I noticed the cradle bushings were badly deteriorated. Sooooooo, i replaced them. This also seems to have eliminated a frequent metallic "knock" i had been hearing. Below are before and after pics:

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interesting.....you are the first to have replaced thoes
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man, your old ones look almost as good as the new ones i put in mine

Stupid NY rust

you know your Cup washer that goes on the bottom, yeah... mine was gone on two of mine


looks good thru, i bet it wasn't to hard to do with no rust
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I noticed the last time i had the car above my head I noticed the cradle bushings were badly deteriorated. Sooooooo, i replaced them. This also seems to have eliminated a frequent metallic "knock" i had been hearing. Below are before and after pics:





Lemme give ya a hand there.Bro.

Those did look kinda nasty
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interesting.....you are the first to have replaced thoes
he he he, no he isn't


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[quote="dbeast420"][Lemme give ya a hand there.Bro.[quote]Thanks, man!
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interesting.....you are the first to have replaced thoes
he he he, no he isn't


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WOW! Your weren't kidding about rust! Did you have to heat them before hammering them out?
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interesting.....you are the first to have replaced thoes
he he he, no he isn't


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well besides HAVING to replace them cause there car is rusting
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interesting.....you are the first to have replaced thoes
he he he, no he isn't


http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...352&highlight=
WOW! Your weren't kidding about rust! Did you have to heat them before hammering them out?
nope, had to cut, snip and pry them out.. it was a BIG PITA

But i did all back 4, the front ones look ok.
$85 for all 4, just the bottom part, i didn't have the money to do the top, bt there okish looking.
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how much were the bushings themselves???? I have to replace mine on my 93..
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