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Jim
1993 4WD Pickup
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I need to replace everything stabilizer bar except the bar itself. I got 26 years out of those rubber bits, good enough. Should have done it at least 13 years ago.

I measured it with my (cheap plastic but accurate) metric calipers and - I swear - it showed the bar was 23.5 mm. I had cleaned it real good - not rust, just old oil/grease dirt on the bar.

23.5mm - I'm going to buy a kit from rockauto and they have 23 or 24.

Is it 6 of one or half dozen of another? Or do I need to make measurements?

I couldn't find it in the 1993 FSM.

1993 4WD 22RE

-jim
 

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1998 T100 SR5 2WD
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If the bushings are OEM, they should be stamped with the dimensions...at least on my T-100 sway bar bushings they were on there. ;)

If anything, go smaller rather than bigger. ;)
 

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Jim
1993 4WD Pickup
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arggghhhh, I ordered the 24, but since you mentioned it, the smaller does make a lot of sense. I will pull off the bushings and see if I can see a mark on them and if need be, return and reorder. Rock Auto is great, but one day they are gonna ban me for () dishonest (X) too damn stupid. :)

thanks!

-jim
 
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