Rear Sway Bar Bushings - 13mm | Jeep Wrangler TJ 97-06

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  • 11112 Rear Sway Bar and Endlink Bushings - 13mm (0.51 inch)
  • 11112 Rear Sway Bar and Endlink Bushings - 13mm (0.51 inch)
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Rear Sway Bar and Endlink Bushings - 13mm (0.51 inch)

Manufacturer: Prothane
Part Number: 11112

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Price: $25.77

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  • 1 of Super Grease - 19-1750-001
  • 4 of Metal Sleeve for 63025 - 60705 (3/4 X 1.400 inches)
  • 2 of Rear Sway Bar Bushing, 13mm - 62104
  • 8 of End Link Bushing - 63025
Suggested part for 11112: 191750
191750 Super Grease 3 Pack
Prothane provides grease to install these parts, but you can never have too much. Grab an extra 3-pack of grease so you can more liberally apply grease when installing.

  • Lifetime Warranty. Prothane guarantees all Prothane Suspension Parts to be free of defects in materials and workmanship (not due to abuse, neglect or misapplication) for the total time the vehicle remains with the original purchaser of the product(s). Should the products fail to meet these conditions, Prothane will replace the product, free of charge. This excludes any and all related labor charges. The product must be shipped to Prothane (postage prepaid) along with a copy of the original receipt."
Cross Reference from 11112 to 2.5111
Energy Suspension 2.5111
Price: $23.34
Warranty: 2 Year Warranty

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FitmentRear Sway Bar and Endlink Bushings - 13mm (0.51 inch) 11112 fits these vehicles:

Rear Sway Bar Bushings - 13mm | Jeep Wrangler TJ 97-06

One Kit Covers Left and Right Side-Only Fits 13mm Size Bar

Prothane Sway Bar Bushings

A sway bar bushing plays a huge role in your suspension, so don't settle for rubber. Prothane Sway Bar bushings are made of polyurethane, a much more durable material for suspension bushings than rubber. Polyurethane does not break down due to road grime, weather or oils the way the rubber can. Have the peace of mind knowing you have a long lasting part on your sway bar with Prothane's sway bar bushings. Prothane's polyurethane sway bar bushings provide a secure grip on the sway bar and does not warp over time. With this snug grip, your vehicle will see a performance boost similar to installing a larger sway bar.

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Faulty Rubber

A sway bar's function is to maintain the maximum amount of road contact during tires. The sway bar is held to the frame of the vehicle with a sway bar bushing. Original Equipment rubber can warp and/or crack, losing its grip on the bar. This causes the your sway bar to lose it's effectiveness. Just look at the old rubber sway bar bushing to the left. Imagine how good of a grip that thing could keep on a sway bar. Go with Polyurethane.

Use Prothane's Super Grease

The metal sway bar rotates inside the sway bar bushings, so be sure to use the supplied Prothane's Super Grease to lubricate the bushings during installation. Its super important that you lubricate each bushing well to prevent any squeaking. If you'd like some extra grease just in case, pick up an extra 3 pack.

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starstarstarstarstar" Excellent product "

I replaced all the bushings on my 1998 Jeep. These really make a difference.

verified_user Verified Buyer - William I Applegate - . Prothane 11112 - 5 out of 5

starstarstarstarstar" Very satisfied "

Great product, simple to install, great service, communication and fast shipping.

verified_user Verified Buyer - Russell Goodman - . Prothane 11112 - 5 out of 5

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I need to replace the rear sway bar end link bushings. I am seeing 2 different sizes. Which one is correct for my 1999 jeep tj se?
You would need to measure your sway bar to find out what size sway bar you have. That is the only difference in the bushings.