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I've discovered that the lower bushing on the left front sway bar end link has completely fallen apart and the upper bushing isn't looking too healthy.

I had planned to rebuild the suspension this coming winter.

Should I do it all now or can the end link bushings be easily replaced without having to take anything else apart?

BTW, I am planning on replacing the shocks and springs during the rebuild. They appear to be the originals.
 

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Thanks, Jeff.

I have the IAP catalog. If I am reading it correctly, it shows the '86 and later model end links as coming without bushings but I will now be sure ask them.

I'm glad to hear that it is a simple stand alone fix. I'll replace both end links and the center bushing.
 

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IAP shows a center front sway bar bushing for 69-94 models. I didn't specifically look for one when I was under the car. I'll confirm tomorrow.

And once again AROCOK has scheduled an event that I can't attend. The organizers must have my calendar. Saturday is my parents 65th wedding anniversary. I think that I should probably attend.
 
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