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any of you guys have any idea what might cause the bushing to do that ?

i have a 3" front and 1" add-a-leaf heavy duty OME, and offroad bumpers.
 

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How many miles?

Looks pretty much just worn out.
 

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Electromagnetic pulses from solar flares
 

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.......I mean wear and tear
 

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Looks like the genius who installed your lift left out the spacer
looks like i am that genius, but i swear i didn't see any spacer in the kit for it.

the other side has what looks like a block in there for it...maybe it fell out during install.

do you know where i could get another one ?
 

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I've never heard of using a block on the sway bar when doing a 3" or less leveling kit...
 
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All Lifts will eat the front end parts faster than stock after many miles..
 

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All Lifts will eat the front end parts faster than stock after many miles..
only been about 10k miles since the lift...

can some of you guys take a few picture of your sway bar bushings ?
 

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mine look new still...

I know because I lubed them hoping that was where my squeak was coming from.

AND I have no block in there. If your opposite side does, just make one out of the same thickness material, maybe 1/4 inch aluminum flat stock...
 

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mine look new still...

I know because I lubed them hoping that was where my squeak was coming from.

AND I have no block in there. If your opposite side does, just make one out of the same thickness material, maybe 1/4 inch aluminum flat stock...
hmmmmm

seems to me that there is a block attached to the bushing on the drivers side!

DRIVERS SIDE:


part #2 - see that little block on top of the bushing?

PASSENGER SIDE:


part #15 - no block..

so now i just need to find out if anyone makes an aftermarket bushing :)~
 

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I never even took the bushings or the bolts for the bushings out when I did mine.
 

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I kinda cheated, especially the second time around lol. But I understand what you mean.
 

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