Lower control arm Pivot pin.

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  1. Russ69Runner

    Russ69Runner Well-Known Member

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    Here is the question. Why are they making one's that are greaseable. Looks like the sleeve is pressed on to it that goes in side the rubber bushing. So hence the grease will never do any thing. Any thought's why they are making these. Russ. :wtf:
     
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    So to answer my own question after calling around. The grease able one's do away with the sleeve on the pin. You use these if you go poly bushing. Have new old style rubber bushing's. Have ordered new pin's from summit like the ones I have. So hope this help's other people out doing the K member rebuild. Russ. :beep:
     
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    Thought I made that point on your other thread LOL
     
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    Think your Rite their 69hemibeep. So Sorry. It is like being caught up in a whirl wind working on this car. Just don't know enough. Russ. :lol:
     

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