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These P/N's are for the Energy Suspension greaseable sway bar bushings.

7/16"--11mm--9.5151 RC
1/2"--13mm--9.5152 RC
9/16"--14mm--9.5153 RC
5/8"--16mm--9.5154 RC
11/16"--17.5mm--9.5155 RC
3/4"--19mm--9.5156 RC
13/16"--20.5mm--9.5157 RC
7/8"--22mm--9.5158 RC
-------23mm--9.5159 RC
15/16"--24mm--9.5160 RC
1"--25mm--9.5161 RC
1 1/16"--27mm--9.51162 RC
-----------28mm--9.5163 RC
1 1/18"--28.5mm--9.5164 RC
1 1/4"-- 31.5mm--9.5165 RC
----------32mm--9.5166 RC
1 5/16"--33mm--9.5167 RC
1 3/8"--35mm--9.5168 RC

I hope these P/N's help some of you with groaning poly bushings. Autozone carries the 1 1/4" bushings, but NOT the 1 3/8" bushings. The 23mm, 28mm, & 32mm bushings don't have an inch rating.

68COUGAR
 

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hopefully they will make a greasealbe ball-joint fitting!
 

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The bracket that comes with the kit does not have the tab that the stock bracket uses to attach in the rear. The aftermarket bracket is made for two bolts. Has anyone used these bushings? What is the best way to adapt? Run a bolt through the slot where the tab was and put a nut on it OR do we somehow adapt the stock bracket with a grease zerk? Didnt look like the zerk and the hole in the bushing would line up.
 

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I just ordered my 1 3/8" pair from O'Reilly's here in Houston this afternoon. $17.79 plus tax. (Although I just discovered they ordered the wrong part...oh, well, they're fixing it, I'm not paying the difference) As far as I know, they only work with the front bar, which tends to groan more in cornering anyway. As for the rears, I would suggest using the same kit from Energy but fitting a zerk fitting to the stock bracket to line up with the hole and groove in the Energy bushing. I've not had problems in 3 months with the goop from ADDCo, but the fronts squeak after a few weeks of use.
 

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Digging up an old thread here, but I just ran into the same problem with the rear bushings. The mounting is different and has a hole on one end and a tab on one end. Im wondering if its possible to just change the bracket, using the OEM bracket and drill a hole in it for the zerk.

I'll have to see when I can get out and look at it.
 

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Wouldn't this be better in the Suspension forum? :idea:

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