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Question Front swaybar bushing

Hi all! (1st post.. NICE SITE!!)

Every time truck goes up on rack, it never fails... front driver's side sway-bar bushing is "out of it's cradle". Mechanic re-installs it, good to go. But, in no time.. it's "out" again.

Any ideas? -Alignment is dead on. No "physical feel" of it being out of place.

Truck has 2.5" leveling pucks, to clear 325/60-R18s

Should I use the old ones as paper weights, and chock up the $$$ for POLY units? Or, go another route all together? (track bar drop bracket? adjustable track bar unit?)


05 350 SC SB LARIAT ZF6 (seems to be VERY rare!!) (w/ ALL the "trimmings" and THEN some)
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