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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Body bushings?

My body bushings on my 96 with 184,XXX are SHOT.

Causing the body to have shifted on the frame.

What does it cost to have new bushings installed?
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If you have a shop do it they are going to rape the crap out of you. Get all the parts to diy, when you start just pull all the seats out (you dont have to) and the carpet (again you dont have to) and have the ol ladie clean them real good. Im sure they need it anyways, then get to wrenching. Could take a good day or two depending on your skills and tool collection.

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If you have a shop do them, probably gonna charge you around $300. If I were to guess.
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Welp, one of my best bud's dads owns a diesel shop, and (we're 16 btw) said if I buy the bushing kit, he'll teach us how to do it in his shop and we'll be done in a few hours max.

So should I get the poly/nylon bushings from LMC?

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Poly will last longer than rubber.

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Anyway....


LMC body bushing kit good or do I need to look elsewhere?

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Buy the poly mounts.

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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Ordered a set off JBG, thanks guys!

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