Front Suspension Bushing Set [Vanagon]

Product:FRONT-BUSH-KIT
Works With:1980-1991
Manufacturer:GoWesty
Difficulty:

Requires some hand & power tools and minimal mechanical knowledge.

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$152.59 - $306.20
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Front end of your Vanagon wobbly? Do you have some annoying squeaks, rattles, and bumps coming from your undercarriage? Sounds like the front end could use some fresh rubber.

This sweet kit offers two options for the upper control arm bushings: GoWesty or Aftermarket. We strongly encourage you to choose the GoWesty-designed option. Our upper control arm bushings are crafted from ultra-strong Delrin combined with ultra-slippery PTFE, meaning they never have to be lubricated and they'll last forever. The sleeves are made from corrosion-proof stainless steel. In other words, Do it right the first time!

Kit includes:
• (4) Upper control arm bushings (choose from GoWesty or Aftermarket)
• (2) Lower control arm bushings (choose from GoWesty or Aftermarket)
• (2) Rear radius rod bushings
• (2) Front radius rod bushings
• (2) Upper shock mount bushings

NOTE: Sway bar bushings NOT included. 

Installation note: If you choose the kit containing GoWesty upper control arm bushings, it will include installation instructions (the aftermarket version does NOT). However, we strongly recommend a good service manual—or a shop.

This kit is designed to work with 4 mm thick eccentric washers. All 2wd Vanagons have 4 mm eccentric washers, but Syncros could have 4 mm, 5 mm, or 5.5 mm thick eccentric washers. If you have 5 or 5.5 mm thick eccentric washers, you'll need to buy 4 mm thick eccentric washers.

Front Suspension Bushing Set [Vanagon] Wrench Rating


Handy — Requires some hand & power tools and minimal mechanical knowledge.




All Wrench Ratings



Plug 'n' Play — Requires no or basic hand tools and no mechanical knowledge.


Handy — Requires some hand & power tools and minimal mechanical knowledge.


DIY — Requires a full tool set and broad mechanical knowledge.


Pro — Requires professional-level tools, talent and experience.


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