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Old 05-01-2010, 08:18 AM   #1
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Angry sway bar bushing

the bushes on my southwind 36Z rear sway bar are 'squishing' out of the mountings. Is there a fix other than buying a complete sway bar assembly (the bushings are not available separately from the complete $250 assembly)! i.e. is there a company that can make nylon bushing?
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You should be able to get urethane bushing for that chassis. Check on line

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Order the bushings from Ford. I did this a couple of weeks ago as mine were totally gone.
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Contact Henderson Alignment, Grants Pass, Or.
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F53 sway bar bushing

Thanks for the input. I will give it a shot on ordering from anyone that understands the problem and has a more durable bush replacement. Thanks guys.
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