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Fits: 1962-1967 Chevrolet Nova, 1967-1969 Chevrolet Camaro , 1967-1969 Pontiac Firebird , 1969-1974 Chevrolet Nova

PART# 7-1053-BL

Retail: $112.91
Qty: Set

Retail: $176.44
Qty: Set

Fits: 1967-1970 Chevrolet C10 Pickup , 1967-1970 GMC C15/C1500 Pickup , 1968-1970 GMC C15/C1500 Suburban , 1969-1970 Chevrolet Blazer

PART# 7-1014-BL

Retail: $53.61
Qty: Set

Fits: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

PART# 7-1022-BL

Retail: $31.73
Qty: Set

Fits: 88-91 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4WD

PART# 3.2130G

Qty: Each

Fits: 1981-1986 Chevrolet C2, 1981-1986 Chevrolet C30, 1981-1986 GMC C2500 , 1981-1986 GMC C3500

PART# 7-1004

Retail: $52.91
Qty: Set

Fits: 67-91 Chevrolet Blazer Full Size

PART# 7-803

Retail: $18.32
Qty: Each

Fits: 67-91 Chevrolet Blazer Full Size

PART# 7-1001-BL

Retail: $52.91
Qty: Each

Fits: 80-87 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4WD

PART# 3.2112R

Qty: Each

Fits: 1988-1998 Chevrolet C1500, 1988-1998 Chevrolet C2500, 1988-1998 GMC C1500, 1988-1998 GMC C2500

PART# 7-807-BL

Retail: $19.73
Qty: Kit

Fits: 71-91 Chevrolet Blazer Full Size 4WD

PART# 7-801-BL

Retail: $21.14
Qty: Each

Fits: 80-87 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4WD

PART# 3.2105R

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Prothane Front Leaf Spring Bushings Chevrolet Suburban 4WD - 1988-4WD - 1991 710


1955 chevy rear leaf spring shackle with bushings

Prothane Rear Leaf Spring Eye and Shackle Bushings Kit Chevrolet Bel Air 1956-19

Prothane Rear Leaf Spring Bushings 1-1/2 OD Frame Shackle Bushings Chevrolet C10

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet leaf spring bushings to ensure that you have every leaf spring bushing option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet leaf spring bushings, so that whether you are looking for polyurethane Chevrolet leaf spring bushings or trailer leaf spring bushings or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet leaf spring bushing needs!

The leaf springs on your vehicle are asked to do a lot. Not only do they have to provide flex and load carrying capacity, but with this suspension set up the leaf spring also acts as the axle locating member, keeping the axle from moving front to back or laterally. OEM leaf spring bushings often are not up to the task of keeping the axle under control. Over time these rubber bushings degrade and crumble leaving you with a vehicle that jumps all over the road. Here at Andy's we have a great selection of replacement leaf spring bushings that will restore your vehicle's handling and ride quality to ensure years of safe driving. If you are at all in doubt about the status of your leaf spring bushings, we highly recommend that you pick up a new set.
Axle location is a tough job. The leaf spring bushings are being push, pulled and torqued in all directions, so it is no wonder that the OEM rubber bushings do not last very long. Fortunately many of the top brands in the aftermarket suspension industry offer high-performance leaf spring bushings made of tougher materials that are better suited to this task. Materials such as polyurethane offer huge advantages over rubber. While still relatively inexpensive, urethane bushings are resistant to heat and chemicals, are better at maintaining their shape, and provide improved handling characteristics. If it is time to replace your bushings, we think it is the perfect opportunity to make an upgrade.
Q: Why buy new bushings? What is the benefit?
A: Many advantages can be found over your stock bushings (especially if they're old!): Urethane bushings have a higher load-bearing capacity, greater tear strength, better compression set, greater abrasion resistance, and better tolerance to greases and oils. Polyurethane is an ideal material for performance suspension bushings, motor and transmission mounts. Additional horsepower, plus size tires, lifted truck suspension or lowered canyon carving street setups all mix with normal atmospheric conditions and undercar grit and grime to stress rubber bushings beyond design limits. Polyurethane bushings are firm enough to control movement and maintain alignment in sway bars, control arms, and other stressed suspension components without the harshness or resonance associated with solid metal suspension bushings.

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