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Old 11-21-2021, 07:25 PM   #1
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Suspension Parts

Had a Freightliner Mechanic look at the front suspension of our 2005 Alfa tonight, and basically, the only problems he found is the sway bar bushings, on the outer ends. Rubber grommets are missing.

Any good sources for those that you folks know of?

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Found the parts!

Well, I kept researching on this site and found the answer to my question from back in 2013.

Great site! Got the sway bar link bushings ordered from Suspension.com

Part number is 9.8103 You can get them in black or red, poly bushings.

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I have a 2005 freightliner XC- R chassis.
I had ordered mine from here, part number and phone number are listed below in the picture. I ordered 16 to have eight extras, they were very cheap.
You will need the last six numbers of your Vin number if you order from here.
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