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Body mount Bushings

So while looking under my truck today i saw that my front body mount bushings are pretty bad.

I found a set on Summit but it doesnt say its for diesel. Are the bushings the same for gas/diesel trucks?

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Re: Body mount Bushings

Dont know for sure but it would seem to be the same since the motor has nothing to do with the body. Just a guess. I'm sure some one will chime in soon. It would be nice to know. Tell us what you end up doing. Bump for ya.

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Re: Body mount Bushings

according to this site they are the same part number so i assume they are the same. they were 8 bucks cheaper, minus shipping, on my jeep stuff.

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Re: Body mount Bushings

Best site for information on bushings for our trucks...

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Re: Body mount Bushings

thanks for the info guys

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Re: Body mount Bushings

I did mine this weekend, this was a lot harder than it sounded. No one mentioned anything about moving the fuel tank but the kick in the in gonads was they didnt come out with floor jack trick or the driving them out with a drift pin.
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Re: Body mount Bushings

mine were a pain too the radiator and back cab ones required the sawzall front cab was easy. i got lucky on the back ones since i can pull my flatbed off quickly. mine are the ebergy suspension ones much better than the rubber ones

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mine were a pain too the radiator and back cab ones required the sawzall front cab was easy. i got lucky on the back ones since i can pull my flatbed off quickly. mine are the eNergy suspension ones much better than the rubber ones
Fixed it for ya bud !

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