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- 2 of 68001 - Rear Sway Bar Bushing 22mm
- 1 of High Performance Lubricant
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DST Silver Color - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Whiteline Gold Color Plated - 3 Year Warranty
Whiteline 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.
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- WHITELINE bushing kits with part numbers from W00001 to WZZZZZ and KSK000 to KSKZZZ (Bushing Kits) are covered for their lifetime.
WHITELINE performance products include sway bar/ anti-roll-kits (excluding installation components) and bracing and alignment kits with part numbers from BAF000 to BZZZZZ, KCA000 to KCAZZZ, KSB000 to KSBZZZ, KLC000 to KLCZZZ and KDT000 to KDTZZZ (Performance Products) are covered for 3 years from the date of original installation.
Before you go on your next off-road adventure, you need to hear about Whiteline's synthetic elastomer sway bar bushings for your Jeep. These small little bushings can make your suspension set up better than when you first rolled off the dealership lot and onto the trails. This is Whiteline's part number W23455. These are synthetic elastomer bushing replacements for the soft factory rubber rear sway bar bushings on several Jeep model vehicles.
A Jeep's sway bar is responsible for maintaining maximum tire contact with the road and the bushing is responsible for holding your sway bar firmly in place. In off-camber situations, which happens when you offroad, uneven surfaces cause a sway bar to flex. When this flexing happens, the soft rubber sway bar bushing stretch and will eventually lose their grip. Rubber bushings tend to split over time anyway, but all of that off-roading speeds up that process dramatically. With the grip gone, the result is uneven traction which can get you stuck or even cause your Jeep to roll over. And if the possibility of rolling over isn't bad enough, cracked or rotted sway bar bushings also cause uneven tire wear forcing you to buy new tires prematurely.