Fits: 03-05 Ford E-150 Club Wagon, 03-05 Ford E-350 Club Wagon, 03-06 Ford E-150, 03-06 Ford E-250, 03 Ford E-350, 04-05 Ford E-250 Super Duty, 04-06 Ford E ...
Fits: 03-05 Ford E-150 Club Wagon, 03-05 Ford E-350 Club Wagon, 03-06 Ford E-150, 03-06 Ford E-250, 03 Ford E-350, 04-05 Ford E-250 Super Duty, 04-06 Ford E-350 Super Duty, 89-97 Ford Ranger , RWD, 90 Ford Bronco II , RWD, 91-94 Ford Explorer , RWD, 91-94 Mazda Navajo , 4WD, 92-02 Ford E-150 Econoline, 92-02 Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon, 92-02 Ford E-250 Econoline, 92-02 Ford E-350 Econoline, 92-02 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon, 92-94 Mazda Navajo , RWD, 94-96 Mazda B3000 , 4WD, 94-96 Mazda B3000 , RWD, 94-97 Mazda B2300 , RWD, 94-97 Mazda B4000 , 4WD, 94-97 Mazda B4000 , RWD, 95-96 Mazda B2300 , 4WD
Q: How do you install bushings? A: Most bushings need to be pressed out with a hydraulic press, burned out, or cut and chiseled away. We suggest leaving the job to the pros or give yourself a weekend to change the bushings out if you have access to a press.
Q: What do bushings do? Why buy bushings? A: Cars have rubber bushings and mounts throughout the suspension system to provide vibration dampening and movement to the metal suspension components, such as the struts, control arms, sway bars and even engine and transmission mounts. Over time, factory rubber suspension and engine mount bushings can dry, crack and rot away. Stiffer, longer-wearing and more responsive suspension bushings are available to help make your car's suspension perform at its best.