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Old 09-11-2012, 05:51 PM
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swaybar bushings which kind to go with

Quick question you guys, which sway bar bushings are a better set? i know my bushings on the actual bar are worn out and are causing clunking so time to replace them i already have new links with my lift kit. I've been looking at autozone selection we got duralast with lifetime warranty or energy saving or moog which will last the longest and not make noise? also is grease able better or doesn't it make a difference?sure i can drill and tap my own grease point.
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I'm also curious because mine is clunking bad.


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I've had good luck with Moog. They are poly urethane
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I would say the moog would be a good choice I have used them on other trucks and worked fine..


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I just put a set of moog on mine. Nice bushings and they are blue.
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I went with the energy suspension ones just because I was replacing my swaybar end link bushing at the same time and juat bought the whole kit. Otherwise I would have most likely went with whatever was cheapest because they take 5 minutes to replace.
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I also used energy suspension and also replaced the track bar bushings as well. They have been on for a few months now and have had no problems.
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would you guys say go with grease able or nahh no big deal?
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would you guys say go with grease able or nahh no big deal?
I didn't go with grease able the kit does comes with assembly grease and I know you want to us that.
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I beleive these are moog.. not sure but these didnt last 3 weeks . I am guessing these were the wrong ones or something.... I do plow snow but geeezzzz only 3 weeks of life?? the plow was'nt even on the entire 3 weeks.
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