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Old January 14th, 2008, 04:14 PM
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Question Bushing P/N

Does anyone know the Day Star part number of the Safari gard heavy duty rear trailing arm bushing? I threw my old ones out before recording the P/N and utilized another bushing that required some trimming.

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Old January 15th, 2008, 06:34 AM
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nm, I wasn't paying attention to which bushing you meant.

The daystar part numbers for other bushings in the SG setup are no good, they refer to a large batch order SG made from daystar (apparently). I was on the horn with daystar a while back going through this. I ended up having to get them through SG.. Mary did get them out to me rather quickly.
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Old January 15th, 2008, 06:56 PM
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I was actually able to read the part number on the 3-link bushings and have them ordered from Daystar through 4 wheelers Supply in Phoenix. The part number is located on one end of the bushing. The bushings from Daystar fit perfectly. I have been unable to get support from Mary at SG to obtain these bushings and had to resort to ordering them directly which is easier now that I have the p/n's for the 3-link. I just need the "heavy duty" rear trailing arm bushing part number to complete the set.
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Old January 15th, 2008, 10:28 PM
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My vehicle is starting to feel alittle lose and the center link has a little play .Can you please post the daystar bushing part #s for the rest of us about or already needing the bushings replaced?
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Old January 16th, 2008, 07:52 AM
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Leo, you had success with #M02882 through daystar?

(#M02882 is the bushing for the center link up front at the frame crossmember)
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Old January 16th, 2008, 03:17 PM
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SG 3-link bushings

Here are the bushings that I have replaced on my SG 3-link:

Front control arms p/n M02882-BK-01

3-Link member p/n M02240-BK-01

Front control arm frame bushing p/n M02638-BK-01

I talked directly with Daystar regarding these part numbers before ordering. All of them were on back order until recently. You can no longer order directly from Daystar and must procure them through an authorized dealer.

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Does anyone know of a daystar package or kit for these? I called 4wheel parts and they don't show the control arm bushing M02638 as a valid part. The others they do, but they don't know what sleeve will work with them.
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Okay, does anyone have the sleeve part #'s handy?
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