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    I've got an older Fat Man Fab Mustang ii front end on the Pumpkin with shot bushings. Does anyone have any knowledge on replacement bushing for these. I called Fat Man and there want $60 a set, and wouldn't give me any part numbers to try to find at the local parts house. They are tubular lower control arms, non factory style w/o radius rods. I haven't taken any measurments from them yet. Just seeing if anyone has come across something like this before.

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    Re: Aftermarket Mustang ii control arm bushings question

    ouch, I'll have to keep that in mind when I order a front end for my '50
    Doing it all wrong since 1966

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      Re: Aftermarket Mustang ii control arm bushings question

      http://www.moog-suspension-parts.com...rod=MOOG-K8211

      Straight from moog...call a local supplier, but there you have the part number,
      and a pic. Plus from Moog...$10.38 each.

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        Re: Aftermarket Mustang ii control arm bushings question

        http://www.moog-suspension-parts.com...rod=MOOG-K8211

        Straight from moog...call a local supplier, but there you have the part number,
        and a pic. Plus from Moog...$10.38 each.


        That's exactly what I thought at first, but those are for a factory style lower control arm with a radius rod.
        Here are some pics of both. The top pic is like what I have, the second pic is the other style that those bushings may work on.
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          Re: Aftermarket Mustang ii control arm bushings question

          Update time
          I just spoke with Fatman Fab. again and got the lower control arm bushings ordered. I guess something got miscommunicated when I spoke with them before. The lower bushings cost $24 for a set, which does both sides, so that’s a deal. The nice salesman also slipped up and gave me a Moog part number for the lower ball joint as a K772. I have also been measuring and comparing and for the upper control arms I have the factory Mustang ii bushings and balls will work. If the bushings have a good part number on them I will post it up to, to possibly help someone else in the future.

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