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Replacement torque arm bushing

I recently purchased a 93 Coupe it has quite a few suspension upgrades. I noticed today while starting to pull it apart to change the rear axle bearings that the bushings on the the front of the torque arm are worn and cracked bad. Where can I get replacements. It is a griggs torque arm did see any on there website.

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Obviously Griggs, but if you can't get them to pick up the phone i'd try Energy Suspension or Prothane.

Measure the bushings and just speak with rep/tech that has a few minutes to lend you his time.

It's most likely a generic/universal bushing used for other things. I believe Griggs uses some "flat/thick washer" shaped bushing and not a shackle or receiver tube style.

Might work:
Energy Suspension 2-1101G - Energy Suspension Torque Arm Bushings - Overview - SummitRacing.com

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Also, if your existing ones aren't beat totally to snot, you can pull measurements off those.
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I used trans mount bushings the the custom T-arm that I built...

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I purchased my replacement directly from Griggs. It took some time, but they have them. I would order 2 due to the high shipping cost.

Her name is white lightning. She's loaded with some Griggs stuff, and a plant woody built for me.
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