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      Got a link to the tape though? I may have other, secretive uses for that stuff. :wink:
      http://www.xtremetape.com/

      http://www.homedepot.com/p/Nashua-T...sing-Silicone-Tape-in-Black-1208952/100206050

      https://www.uline.com/BL_6422/Silic...=p&gclid=CKH8ndOx5tUCFWqGMgodtGkN3A&gclsrc=ds

      Stuff is great. I keep some in each vehicle and in the house. Last time I used it was with my pickup to repair a hole in a front ball joint seal (too lazy to repair it until it goes bad...but this will delay the joint going bad for a while).
       
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      Why not just install energy suspension bushing? It's the 19mm, iirc. I installed mine with the TRD RSB 6 or 7 years ago and it has been trouble free.

      The only hiccup with the ES bushing is that you have to use the ES bracket (included), which you need to bend one of the "ears" a little to match the bend in the OEM one. OEM bracket is too small.

      EDIT: Here, I even found a pic of mine installed. Some dirt on it, this is years into service. ES bracket bent out a bit.

      Here's the ES P/N: 9.5123
      Did you check the Redline web site for a bushing? My rear SB is one of theirs with a poly bushing. I have had mine installed for many many years with out any wear, but I do have to lube the bushings every couple of years. I have fittings to install the next time I have the brackets off so I can use a dedicated grease gun with poly lube.
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      Hmmm next time I'll try the ES bushing again. I didn't use the bracket that came with it - that is probably why it didn't fit right. Thank you for the suggestions!


      http://www.xtremetape.com/

      http://www.homedepot.com/p/Nashua-T...sing-Silicone-Tape-in-Black-1208952/100206050

      https://www.uline.com/BL_6422/Silic...=p&gclid=CKH8ndOx5tUCFWqGMgodtGkN3A&gclsrc=ds

      Stuff is great. I keep some in each vehicle and in the house. Last time I used it was with my pickup to repair a hole in a front ball joint seal (too lazy to repair it until it goes bad...but this will delay the joint going bad for a while).
      This stuff is great. You can find so many uses for this.
       
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