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Hello. I crawled underneath my 98 cherokee last week and noticed that one of my bushings is toast. Should I replace all of them? Or just the one? Where can I find good ones at?
 

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You can just replace one or all if you want. I have had good luck with Quadratec for those
 

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Hello. I crawled underneath my 98 cherokee last week and noticed that one of my bushings is toast. Should I replace all of them? Or just the one? Where can I find good ones at?
It seems that if you consider the age of ALL the bushings, if your budget will allow, you would be wise to replace them all. That is what I personally would do.
 

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It seems that if you consider the age of ALL the bushings, if your budget will allow, you would be wise to replace them all. That is what I personally would do.
That's kinda what I thought. It's like brakes. You wabt everything to be in the same condition. I'm gonna throw a lift on it, so I'll replace the bushings when I do that. Thanks for your input.
 

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That's kinda what I thought. It's like brakes. You wabt everything to be in the same condition. I'm gonna throw a lift on it, so I'll replace the bushings when I do that. Thanks for your input.
that's a great plan. piecemealing an old front end will only plague you. new lift new parts happy Jeep
 
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