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Easiest way to install ORD greasable busing in front springs? *DELETED*

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by la_blazer82, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. la_blazer82

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    Re: Easiest way to install ORD greasable busing in front springs?

    I'd like to do these this weekend, so any tips/help is appreciated. I know a bunch of members have done these, right?
     
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    Re: Easiest way to install ORD greasable busing in front springs?

    It's really just as easy as taking out the springs, pulling out the old poly bushing, and greasing up and sliding in the new ones. When i ordered my 6" TC springs years ago i also ordered the greasable bushings from ORD and you know what i found out, the poly part of the bushing is exactly the same, TCs come with the exact same poly bushing, same part number molded in, same everything the only difference was the bolt and sleeve which allows you to grease it. So i have an extra set of poly in a box in the garage.
     
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    Re: Easiest way to install ORD greasable busing in front springs?

    They're Daystar bushings.
     

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