Ball joint kit for open knuckle Dana 30 front end. Both upper and lower ball joints with all the hardware to replace the ball joints. This kit does one side. Black boots (blue shown in picture is just shipping protector for the...
New stock rubber lower body bushing . Made of rubber and made in the USA Exact replacement of the upper body mount. Number 21 in the diagram. Price is for 1 bushing
New stock rubber upper body bushing . Made of rubber and made in the USA Exact replacement of the upper body mount. Number 25 in the diagram. Price is for 1 bushing
Bump stop fits 1941-1975 axlesBump stop (4 required) . Bump stop fits 1941-1975 axles
3 1/2" drop down pitman arm. Fits the following jeepster with manual Saginaw steering gearbox
1970-1971 Jeepster Commando
1972-1973 Jeep Commando
1984-1993 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)
Complete spring and bushing set for 1970-1973 Jeepsters and Commandos with 2" front springs. Kit completely rebuilds front spring bushings and shackles. Kit includes 2 front shackles with new bushings pressed in (52000507), 2 front eye...
Front spring bushing rear eye 1976-1986 CJ 7. Fits 2" front spring rear eye
New stock rubber body bushings. Made of rubber and made in the USAExact replacement rubber body mounts. Enough to do complete Jeep Commando.
12 upper bushings part # 972278
12 lower body bushings part # 971669
Rear shackle-bushing kit for 2 1/2" springs
Complete spring shackle and bushing set for 1967-1973 Jeepsters and Commandos with 2 1/2" rear springs. Kit completely rebuilds rear spring shackles and bushings. Kit comes with 2...
2" front spring shackle. Fits all jeepster commandos with 2" springs and Jeep Cherokee (XJ) (1984-2001). New upper bushing included already pressed into shackle
Rear shackle kit for 2 1/2" springs. Includes numbers 5, 6, 7, & 4 in the diagramFits rear springs with 2 1/2' springs that came on 67-73 Jeepsters and Commandos and 1976-1986 CJ-7. Kit includes shackle, bushings, bolts, and nuts. Kit is for...
Shock absorber mounting pin bushing, 4 required per shock, fits front and rear shocks. Number 4 in the diagram.