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Old 06-03-2019, 09:57 AM
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the problem is that we have to reuse the top mushroom shaped metal insert that goes through the upper and lower bush. most likely it will be half rotted through the old original bush. i guess a couple large washers and a barrel sleeve could replace that part but it wont be one solid piece. that might not really matter though. i am guessing the sleeve part is so the lower bush does not get too smashed when tightening if not it would defeat the purpose of being a rubber body mount
Old 06-03-2019, 12:21 PM
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Ah i see, well ****, i'm half tempted to get the energy ones and try it, i know they have a sleeve in them, not sure if you would be able to use the OE insert with that metal sleeve in the bushings. Damn salt/ got me on brake lines and sway bar bolts this weekend
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