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Dogbone Bushing

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apparantly, it is the same. Does anyone know if the torque rod is holding up any weight, to where I can directly unbolt the thing and bolt in a new one??? or is this a more complicated fix?

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Go to autozone part no 8201 (97 ES300) if i remember right,(search my previous thread)

home depot two metal bushing ,you done .$35 for dogbone mount with lifetime warranty. and$0.36 for two bushing.

THe parts looks little different but its works.

I am assuming 95 and 97 are same.

yes just unbolt and put new one. Engine will remain the same position.

Hope this help.

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ok, i just went to advance auto parts, and they had it in stock. It was $38, and it seems to be an EXACT fit, even down to the slight tilted angle of one of the bushing pods. ....so hopefully all will be well when installed...thanks camlex.

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on engine side, original comes big and fat this one is thin so use two washer on that side. that how it's can't move.

Engineering is simple.

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