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Old 09-03-2007, 06:59 AM   #1
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i looked on ebay for some trailing arm bushings and came up with two part numbers! which one is it?

1) http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors...ZWDVW

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2) http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors...ZWDVW
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http://www.sonsacuraparts.com/sons/jsp/home.jsp

Look it up PM Len, I'm sure he can get it cheaper for you.
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Old 09-03-2007, 07:13 AM   #3
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The small diameter bushing is part number 52385-SR3-000. It's outside diameter is 3.170 inches.

The large diameter bushing is part number 52385-SK7-N02. It's outside diameter is 3.352 inches.

Thats why your confused, decide which one you need.

Use this link as reference: http://www.performanceforum.co....html
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The small diameter bushing is part number 52385-SR3-000. It's outside diameter is 3.170 inches.

The large diameter bushing is part number 52385-SK7-N02. It's outside diameter is 3.352 inches.

Thats why your confused, decide which one you need.

Use this link as reference: http://www.performanceforum.co....html
do you know what diameter i would need for my 95 integra?
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Not sure but in the link it says "Before you buy bushings, measure the old ones and order the correct ones"

Maybe someone who knows more can chime in.
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all the 92+ civics and 94+ integras have the same bushings and trailing arms trust me. Ive got the Mugen tail arm bushings and ES on my daily
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