Torsion Bar Crossmember Bushing Replacement

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Justinj360

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I know you posted the part number but the dealer is saying the part number is for a 2500 is that correct?

It should be for 1500's too. Not sure if the 2500's use the same ones though. I ordered them recently and had a shop change them on my 1500 and they didn't have any problems. Unfortunately it didn't fix the issue I was trying to track down but it doesn't hurt to have new ones.
 

Taylor Griggs

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The energy suspension torsion mount bushings for the 07-10 2500s will work on and suburban, Yukon, Tahoe, Silverado, Sierra, avalanche. It’s a heck of a lot cheaper than buying the mounts and etc, I got my from 4wheel parts with free in store pick and no tax free for 27.99. Took about 2 hours to install and everything is perfect.
 

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The energy suspension torsion mount bushings for the 07-10 2500s will work on and suburban, Yukon, Tahoe, Silverado, Sierra, avalanche. It’s a heck of a lot cheaper than buying the mounts and etc, I got my from 4wheel parts with free in store pick and no tax free for 27.99. Took about 2 hours to install and everything is perfect.

Are you refering to 3.1143G? These work on the 2000-2006 torsion bar mount? do you have a picture post installation?
 

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Hey did the metal washer on your bushing come with it when you bought it I got the replacement bushing but there’s no washer on the outside
 

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Now you're ready to press in the new bushings. For the passenger side I used a piece from my HF ball joint kit to drive the bushing in.
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Now the drivers side was a while different story... The frame does not allow any room to drive in that bushing. Using a threaded rod, some washers, a couple pieces of pipe, and some components from my HF ball joint kit... I was able to press that bushing in.
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I will get the part number for the bushing and post it here. I think they cost me $40 each.

Let me know if you have any questions and I'll try to help the best I can.
Hi there. When it started going in sideways did you just kept pushing along until it just straighten up by itself?
 

Kaled8a8

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My friend, what machine do you use to press the piece without ruining it?
 

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Old post, but thankful I found it. Been chasing a squeak/clunk for a while and we finally narrowed it down to the torsion bushings. Gonna tackle it this weekend.
 

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