Poly spring bushing question (1 Viewer)

Copenhagen1

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Specifically, has anyone used these spring bushings from JTO?

Toyota Land Cruiser Polyeurethane Bushing Kit FJ40 e-80 - JTOutfitters

I did a search and didn't find any comments for or against. I just purchased a NOS Skyjacker 4" lift including springs, u-bolts, and the old eliminator shocks. The only thing missing is the bushings.

I can buy them from Skyjacker through a dealer for about $50. It is a kit numbered SE 40L and contains 8 bushings for $25. I would need two of these kits and would still have to find 8 more bushings for the frame.

The JTO kit is all 24 bushings for $20 and says it will fit. Anybody out there with experience with these poly bushings? Thanks for your help.

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The JTO kit is a stock replacement bushing kit, the Skyjacker springs won't have the stock ID; therefore you will have to mix and match..........
 
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For the record i purchased them for stock springs and I felt as though they were to loose in the front. They fit the non military wrap nice and snug but the military wrap end was a little to sloppy for me to ever recommend them
 
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I was going to buy the same bushing. They sell them for $1.50 a piece and I needed 8 to replace the old rubber ones on the frame. My Rancho springs have a larger hole so the stock bushing would not work in them.
 

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I just went through this exact thing.

Buy the SKYjacker bushings- fit is perfect& stock bushings will NOT work!

I have a spare set stock bushings due to having to get the skyjackers for the rear springs....... PM me if your interested in the stock bushings.
 

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