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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-19-2017, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
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A arm / spindle bushings size?

Hi I have some serious slop on my wheels when I jack the machine up and pull on them top and bottom and side to side I replaced the wheel bearings but can see there is slop / wear at the spindle / a arm bushings
I was going to replace them with a kit but it will cost over 500 for a complete set front and back,
I have a line on some oil lite self lubricating brass bushings but need the size if anyone has some old ones laying around or knows off hand??

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I.D X O.D X LENGTH

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This is what I used. Actually made suspension much smoother with less jarring over the smaller bumps. RZR racing teams use a similar setup, and not overly expensive. These are cnc machined and contain seals. Most likely last the life of the vehicle.

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I appreciate the offers - just need the actual sizes - I have the seals already thx
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Are you working on the front or rear
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both I want to redo all 4 corners

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Can't you just pull the a arms on one side to get your measurements?

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A arm / spindle bushings size?

Thats what i would do


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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-25-2017, 05:22 AM Thread Starter
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ya I figured I would try and get the info from someone that already replaced them rather than disassemble - reassemble - disassemble again once I have the parts
but looks like thats what i'll have to do
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