Sway bar bushing kit for wagons (1 Viewer)

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Thought I'd post up some things I found to be pretty cheap and good quality. Not sure if the 40s have the same setup but OReilly's Auto has a front swaybar bushing kit pretty cheap and good quality IMO. Got these for $6.99/ea which included a Grade5 bolt, collar, washers, lock nut and rubber bushings. The MOOG brand was $1 more.

Part Number is K5254 $6.99/ea.
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Thought I'd post up some things I found to be pretty cheap and good quality. Not sure if the 40s have the same setup but OReilly's Auto has a front swaybar bushing kit pretty cheap and good quality IMO. Got these for $6.99/ea which included a Grade5 bolt, collar, washers, lock nut and rubber bushings. The MOOG brand was $1 more.

Part Number is K5254 $6.99/ea.
Sean,
What is the length of the bolt? My BJ70s would use the same hardware as your 60. Thanks
 
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Sean,
What is the length of the bolt? My BJ70s would use the same hardware as your 60. Thanks
The bolt measures 8" from under hex head to end of threads. I have 1.5" extended shackles with flat saggy springs so you are probably looking at 3/4"~1" of lift only on the front.
 

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