ku05008bk | Universal Sway Bar Bushings - 7/8 Inch

  • ku05008bk Sway Bar Bushings - 7/8 Inch - Discontinued by Daystar - While Supplies Last

Sway Bar Bushings - 7/8 Inch - Discontinued by Daystar - While Supplies Last

Manufacturer: Daystar
Part Number: ku05008bk
Price: $21.00

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Suggested part for ku05008bk: kll122
kll122 Sway Bar Lateral Locks - 21-22mm
Sway Bar Lateral Locks will not only improve the effectiveness of the sway bar, but will also prevent the bar from contacting and damaging other parts of the suspension.

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    Since Daystar experienced less than 1.5% warranty claims in 2016 it's extremely rare that we encounter a customer who needs to replace a part. If you do manage to find a defective Daystar part, send us some pictures and we will ship you a new part.

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ku05008bk | Universal Sway Bar Bushings - 7/8 Inch

7/8 Inch I.D. (2 Bushings - 2 KU05028 Large Brackets)

Daystar Sway Bar Bushings

A sway bar bushing plays an important role in your suspension set up. Daystar polyurethane Sway Bar bushings are much more durable for suspension bushings than rubber. Polyurethane does not break down due to road grime, weather, or oils the way the rubber can. Have the peace of mind knowing you have a long-lasting part on your sway bar with Daystar's sway bar bushings. Daystar's polyurethane sway bar bushings provide a secure grip on the sway bar and do not warp over time. With this snug grip, your vehicle will see a performance boost similar to installing a larger sway bar.

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A sway bar's function is to maintain the maximum amount of road contact during tires. The sway bar is held to the frame of the vehicle with a sway bar bushing. Original Equipment rubber can warp and/or crack, losing its grip on the bar. Just look at the old rubber sway bar bushing to the left. Imagine how good of a grip that thing could keep on a sway bar. Go with Daystar.