Bronze Torsion Bar Bushing, .125 x 1 Inch
1.50" Overall Length, 1.00" Inside Diameter, 1.256" Outside Diameter, 1.50" Flange Diameter
These bushings are bronze and oil impregnated. They stand apart from standard bushings because of their narrowed face for more spline engagement and the unique recessed bore that acts as a grease barrier to keep the lube in and dirt out.
- Inside Diameter: 1.00"
- Outside Diameter: 1.256"
- Flange Diameter: 1.50"
- Flange Thickness: .128"
- Overall Length: 1.50"
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