Super stock leaf spring bushings

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  1. Mikes270dart

    Mikes270dart Well-Known Member

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    I picked up a set of used SS leaf springs. Been looking through GOOGLE but cant find a Mopar performance part number for the bushings. I know that they can be bought from Jegs etc, but up here in Canada it is not uncommon for the part to be cheaper, after shipping and exchange rate, to buy at the dealer. Can anyone help me with part numbers. The front bushing has a bold dia. of 5/8" and the eye ID is 1.5". on the bushing end the ID is 1". Also would you go Poly or rubber. This is a street car not a race car

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    Plymouth 65 Floorable Deplorable

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    Rubber for sure, it's a street car. 65'
     
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    krazykuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member Technical Editor

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    x2 on the rubber....

    (that's what she said...) :D
     
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    krazykuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member Technical Editor

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    The bushings for the rear of the spring come with the shackles...

    Mancini sells replacement bushings:

    Front Leaf Spring Eye Bushings

    Rear bushings come with the shackles:

    Rear Shackles

    Or separately:

    Shackle Bushing Sets
     
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    cannucky The Guy With No Birthday

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    yep the backs are pretty easy to do but the fronts need to be pressed in I believe , My SS springs came with the fronts installed .And the Poly bushings are a hard ride on the street believe me .