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Quick question regarding trailing arm bushing size and front wheel bearing

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09 Jul 2018 20:47 #194148 by Vanquish

New here and have tried searching the forum without any luck.

I`m considering to buy an 2002 Jimny but it needs some new parts. The front trailing arm needs new bushings and a front wheel bearing needs to be changed (among other things). Can someone please tell me the dimensions of the bushings (outer dim, inner dim and width)? I know I need two for the axel mount and one for the chassis mount, but I can`t find the exact dimensions anywhere.

And regarding the front wheel bearing: The inner dim is 41mm and outer dim is 68mm, but what about the width? There are two options: 35mm or 40mm.

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10 Jul 2018 04:20 #194152 by Lambert
If you follow the link in the top banner to the shop, Martin, our illustrious leader, has or can get the parts you're after at very competitive prices.

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