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Suspension lift question

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Hey guys, just got this truck and the control arm bushings are shot! Looked all over the place and I can’t seem to find any markings on anything for the brand in order to get new bearings. I got some tuff country bushings from summit racing and they were too small. I have attached pictures with measurements of the current worn out bushings. Any help would be much appreciated!




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Those look like poly bushings. 


Does that bushing fit in 2" tube


Looks like if it was 1.5" it would be easy to find bushings. 2" not so easy. I've been looking alittle and havent found any bushings to fit a 2" tube.




I get stuff from barns on acasion. I'd call him to find the bushings


I'd makes sure they arent 1.5" OD that would save you tons of money if they are



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I think if they're after market there standard 1.5 " bushing size.  I cant find anything 2" in my quick search.


These pictured might be 1.5" I cant quite tell where the tapes at

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