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Old 05-10-2011, 06:58 PM   #1
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Time for new Bushings. Where to Purchase them?

I see my front sway Bar bushings are Hurt Bad.

I have seen this topic discussed and I am sure some of you have replaced these. maybe with grease-able Units ?

I also just remember reading One of your Posts that Airstream added a heavy duty front sway bar to the P-30 chasis when putting together these units at the Factory. ?

Is that correct.

Thank You for your Help.

Or maybe there is a newer, heavy, Better unit to install. ?

Henderson ?
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Old 05-10-2011, 07:05 PM   #2
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gloran - 1993 LY MH 33' - Banks System, Steer Safe, IPD front stabilizer, Super Steer - Bell Cranks, Motion Control, Coil Springs


and this may be the route to go also ? what do you think
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Old 05-18-2011, 06:18 PM   #3
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I just purchased heavy duty coil springs (500lbs or so more lift) but have not found the best solution for sway bar so do tell when you find out.
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Roadmaster Kit

this is what I went with
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Old 06-13-2011, 03:07 PM   #5
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ahhhh, now for a Little road trip

Heading for Lake Erie Next week

The Sandusky, a stop at P&S, Helena also, area. so we will git to test the new Kit out.

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I used Hellwig bars on the front and rear of my Excursion. They are an after market company that specializes in sway control and I am sure they would have good info on what you need.

Truck & SUV Sway Bars | Hellwig Products
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If you want standard P-30 chassis parts try Mill Supply they support both Ford and Chey delivery type vehicles and have lots of P-30
bushings springs etc. Mill Supply Index
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