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08' Trooper T2 in need of trailing arm bushings. Whats the best?

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Hello Guys and Girls. 

I need to replace all the bushings in my trailing arms and want to

know what your using on the trails.  Got a 2008 T2 that I bought used and it has been abused.

Thanks In advance  Chris

 

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If have the originals in my 2009 T4, but have ordered the "polyurethane" ones from silverbullet.com...twice...Silverbullett is just a bit difficult to deal with and its hard to get them to actually charge your credit card and send the parts.

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if you go with stock original bushing and your swing arms do not have grease zerks, add them, put them so they don't get sheared off at full travel.

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Thanks again Kinarfi  I will add them when i get my parts for the rebuild.

Thanks Chris

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