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Old 05-19-2017, 09:29 AM   #21
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Interesting about part numbers. The MOOG K80222 poly units I got from Felix (thank you!) worked perfectly in the 2000 Quigley V10. I had to cut the bushing sleeves to get those tack welded buggers out.

Used a piece of All Thread, nuts and large washers to press the poly bushings in most the way, then a BFH and a 2x4 to seat it the rest of the way. Worked well!

Note: if doing tie rods, it is way easier to deal with the swaybar bushings while the tie rods are out.

Beastie 3: 2002 7.3 EB Cargo: Agile TTB, CCV Mid Top, Custom Walk Through, Lots of stuff added.
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Old 06-12-2017, 03:17 PM   #22
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Had my new bushings go bad. The shop working on it for me noticed the swaybar was angled too much. I will need a new spacer because of the RIP kit. Quick fix and should keep my bushings good for a long time.


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