UMI 2413 Control Arm Poly Replacement Bushing, Single Bushing
Universal Fit, 1.25" Overall Length, 0.875" Inside Diameter, 1.33" Outside Diameter
Control Arm Bushing, P/N 2413 Used pre-2006
Over the course of 14 years UMI has used 4 different part number bushings in UMI control arms measuring 4 different sizes. In order to replace the bushings in your control arms you must remove a bushing from the control arm and locate the 4 digit part number engraved in the bushing. UMI has no way of supplying the correct bushings without this part number.
Note: Each control arm end takes (2) bushings, or "halves". Therefore, you will need (2) of these bushings to redo (1) control arm end. Ie - One set of rear or front lower control arms use 8 bushing halves total. Upper rear control arms use 4 bushing halves
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