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Are Sway bar bushings(stock) supposed to have a split ???

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I got a set, they have no split like the ones I am removing... Should I cut a slit in the side and install???

Thanx in advance

Wayne

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using a lot of silicone grease, but you'll find it's a whole lot easier to install the mounting bushings if you slit 'em...You might also consider urethane bushings vs the original rubber. They last longer, don't really contribute to a stiffer ride but do help your sway bar do a better job...end link bushing too.

cheers

mike

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End links are urethane, however I was unable to find Urethane for the stock swaybar (front). Can you recommend a spot ???

using a lot of silicone grease, but you'll find it's a whole lot easier to install the mounting bushings if you slit 'em...You might also consider urethane bushings vs the original rubber. They last longer, don't really contribute to a stiffer ride but do help your sway bar do a better job...end link bushing too.

cheers

mike

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find one at JEGs or a similar shop--or try a place that caters to rice burners. You also need to translate 15 and 17 mm to inch size--makes the search much easier.

mike

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