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u2att 01-18-2011 12:44 AM

Newbie needs poly bushings
Hi all. Newbie to the forum. 2002 wj with 2 inch budget boost. Rusty's lower rear control arms. I cant seem to find the oem specs for the lower rear control arm bushings. I want to replace the rubber bushings with polyurethane. Jeep doesnt seem to be of any help(no reply). Sooooo, does anyone know the width, length and flange size of the round bushing? Or any suggestions as to where I can get the specs?
Thanx for any help. :)

josef15111 01-18-2011 04:22 PM

Re: Newbie needs poly bushings
im going to fill my front with windoweld from autozone. What im going to do it just new arms with new bushings in them and clean the bushings really well to remove all the grease that maybe on them. then i will simply fill the new bushings with the windoweld, so it will be a new bushing with the rubber bushing in it and all the open space will be filled with the windoweld. so in return should make it a lot stifffer...

just a thought i couldnt find any polys for the bushings when i looked so this is what i am about to do in a month. im going to do it to the rear ones as well..

Crispy 01-18-2011 06:30 PM

Re: Newbie needs poly bushings
After some research I was only able to find kits for the ZJ. Im not sure if they share any suspension components, but the fit guide for Prothane and Energy do not list the WJ. Quadratec has replacement parts if you dont want to caulk you bushings lol although alot of people have used window weld. I have read about it but cant give any results on it.

garryb59 01-22-2011 08:27 PM

Re: Newbie needs poly bushings
Check out and look up super pro bushes, these are poly bushes made in Australia. They list kits for the WJ front and rear suspension. Also, look at their home page where there's loads of info. Hope this helps?

u2att 01-26-2011 07:56 PM

Re: Newbie needs poly bushings
Thanks all. This is proving to be a real pain.

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