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Sway bar bushings, also known as stabilizer bar bushings or anti-roll bar bushings, are components of a vehicle’s suspension system. They are designed to secure and provide cushioning for the sway bar or stabilizer bar, which helps control body roll and stabilize the vehicle during cornering and uneven road conditions. The primary function of sway bar bushings is to hold the sway bar firmly in place and allow it to pivot as needed. They help reduce excessive body roll during turns by providing a connection between the sway bar and the vehicle’s frame or suspension components. Sway bar bushings are typically made of rubber or a rubber-like material. They are designed to absorb vibrations and provide flexibility to allow the sway bar to move and articulate while maintaining a secure connection. Sway bar bushings are positioned on the sway bar itself, typically at the points where the bar attaches to the vehicle’s frame or suspension components. They are usually found in pairs, with one bushing on each side of the sway bar. Over time, sway bar bushings can deteriorate, become worn, or develop cracks due to age, exposure to the elements, and continuous movement. Signs of worn or damaged bushings may include increased body roll during turns, clunking or rattling noises from the suspension, or uneven tire wear. If the bushings show signs of wear or damage, they should be replaced to ensure proper suspension performance and stability. The process of replacing sway bar bushings typically involves supporting the vehicle safely, removing any necessary components blocking access to the bushings, removing the old bushings, and installing new bushings in their place. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines or consult a qualified mechanic for the proper replacement procedure. Proper maintenance and inspection of sway bar bushings as part of routine suspension checks can help identify and address any issues early on. If you suspect worn or damaged sway bar bushings or experience handling problems, it is recommended to have them inspected and replaced by a qualified technician. They can assess the condition of the bushings, determine if replacement is necessary, and perform the required maintenance to ensure the proper functioning of your vehicle’s suspension system.

  • SKU:FBI-7L0-511-413-C
  • Positions: Left, Right, Rear
  • Other Names: Bushings, Suspension Stabilizer Bar Bushing, Mounting
  • Sold In Quantity:1


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7L0 511 413 C


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