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Old 11-29-2010, 04:39 PM
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Radius Arm Bushings 1995

I need some radius arm bushings for my 95 F150. I dont know if there is a difference between 2wd and 4wd or not, prolly not. Looking for a set someone bought and never used.
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you can buy them at any parts store...some are cheap..the good ones from Moog are around $50.00
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I need some radius arm bushings for my 95 F150.

I dont know if there is a difference between 2wd and 4wd or not, prolly not.
The bushings are available from Ford, and 2WD or 4WD does make a difference.

The rear bushngs are the same, but the fronts are not. If 4WD, the front bushings are right/left specific.
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rusty,

i have a set of 2 brand new bushings with all the hardware sitting in my toolbox i never used. they are white, and when i do my solid axle swap i am switching everything to red so i will probably buy red ones.

pm me if your still looking for a set.

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dang. broke down and ordered a set from jegs last week
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how much did you pay? i didnt know jegs carried them and sounds like it might have been pricey. iirc i payed $35 + $10 shipping from BroncoGraveyard. i would have said you could have them for 25 shipped.
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I got a set for my van for $28 from O'Reilly's. Not necessary to get the from Ford-
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I paid $16 for them.

http://www.jegs.com/i/Prothane/311/6-1210/10002/-1
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