I have just finished changing out the bushings on my '05 Suites--not an easy job for an old man, but got it done. Just have to try it out...
The bushings come as a set with either 8/12/14 or 20--or some numbers like that. They are also available from Titan industries.
I have previously worn out the original plastic bushings (waited way too long to check them) and then brass bushings after 20 months + wet bolts. This time I put the NeverFail bushings in with the wet bolts, figuring not to grease them.
There are 2 ways to do this--bushings only, and bushings/shackles/bolts. Depends on what you find when you tear everything apart. Having watched some UTube/Lippert videos, they don't come close to the difficulty faced with 8k axles and 17000lb trailer weight. If I have to do this again, will take it to a spring/axle shop and have it done by experts. Granted, tho, I don't have the strength I used to have, nor patience--but it is done, just have to tow to see if anything falls off...
So far, NevRLube bearings from Dexter have worked well, hope the bushings do also.
'05 36TK3 Mobile Suites
'10 F450 new to me
'09 F450 Lariat 4x4--died