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Performance Suspension/Mounts/Interchange/Part #'s/Refrence List & Add. Information..
Quote:If anyone has anything that they want to add or change, let me know.

Front control arm bushings: Energy Suspension #4.3144. I have a set and have measured them against the factory bushings (outer shell ODs) and they are within five thousandths of an inch of each other. Since all of these are press fit this is within accepted tolerances. This part number includes four outer shells, four urethane bushings and four inner sleeves. ES tells me that these are the same parts that they hand fitted a few years back to the set of arms now on "Old Blue". Just press out the old bushings (no burning necessary) and press in the new shells. Everything else is assembled by hand.
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Quote:Front control arm bushings: Energy Suspension #4.3144. I have a set and have measured them against the factory bushings (outer shell ODs) and they are within five thousandths of an inch of each other. Since all of these are press fit this is within accepted tolerances. This part number includes four outer shells, four urethane bushings and four inner sleeves. ES tells me that these are the same parts that they hand fitted a few years back to the set of arms now on "Old Blue". Just press out the old bushings (no burning necessary) and press in the new shells. Everything else is assembled by hand.
W. V. Kelly

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Quote:Front control arm bushings: Energy Suspension #4.3144. I have a set and have measured them against the factory bushings (outer shell ODs) and they are within five thousandths of an inch of each other. Since all of these are press fit this is within accepted tolerances. This part number includes four outer shells, four urethane bushings and four inner sleeves. ES tells me that these are the same parts that they hand fitted a few years back to the set of arms now on "Old Blue". Just press out the old bushings (no burning necessary) and press in the new shells. Everything else is assembled by hand.
W. V. Kelly

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http://www.cheperformance.com/CartGenie/prod-77.htm these rear control arms should work atleast if you are running coil springs for the lowers.
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Quote:http://www.cheperformance.com/CartGenie/prod-77.htm these rear control arms should work atleast if you are running coil springs for the lowers.

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