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Hey Guys I’m new here and I also just got a 2000 Cherokee limited and I have been doing some maintenance on it. I got new front and rear sway bar bushings they are Polyurethane. So my question is what is the best lubricant for the bushings.
 

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I'd go with good old fashioned grease. Or fluid film. That should keep you from having to do it often.

Honestly my bushings are pretty old and I dont think I've ever lubed them. No issues.
 

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I just did the same up front, and threw some all purpose grease in there.
I hate clunky sway bar noise when the body bushings get worn.
 

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That that rear swaybar and recycle it. You can use the axle side mounts as Bar Pin Eliminators later if you decide to lift.
 
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