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    Cool Jeep JK Front axle bushing kit

    Often times the bushing on the front axle will wear out over time, this simple upgrade will help restore a nice ride!

    Available from your favorite retailer.




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    I get around gold knight's Avatar
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    Nice touch with the new hardware. Is the frame side bushing the same? I noticed the upper one gets cooked prematurely from the catalytic converters on our '08. Luckily I got a new set of take-off arms to get by for now but we will definitely be there to revisit again.
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    The frame side is a different bushing. Often times the frame (upper) one is separate.
    We do offer that one.
    It looks to be P/N RS66151/B.
    Thanks



    Quote Originally Posted by gold knight View Post
    Nice touch with the new hardware. Is the frame side bushing the same? I noticed the upper one gets cooked prematurely from the catalytic converters on our '08. Luckily I got a new set of take-off arms to get by for now but we will definitely be there to revisit again.

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    Haldol Shuffle Ogie's Avatar
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    What's your recommended method of installation? Big sockets and a C-clamp? Or would a BFH work?

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    Actually a little bit of both.
    Check this video out he gives a great overview of the process, but man he has a potty mouth.
    It is the sleeve that can be a PITA.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qe7wk5ceL84


    Quote Originally Posted by Ogie View Post
    What's your recommended method of installation? Big sockets and a C-clamp? Or would a BFH work?

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    Very nice kit!
    I use a big washer, a socket that the small end of the bushing fits in, and a long 1/2in bolt or all thread rode. And use than to pull the bushing in.
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    Boom!!! Thanks for that info!!!
    Matt

    Quote Originally Posted by AC/DC View Post
    Very nice kit!
    I use a big washer, a socket that the small end of the bushing fits in, and a long 1/2in bolt or all thread rode. And use than to pull the bushing in.

 

 

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