There was a reply earlier in this thread that provided a link to a place that sells the bushings. I just read it - didn't verify.I just did this, bar and all.
The bushings are odd because the brackets are odd. The bushings have these bumps which fit into the two piece brackets. You bolt the brackets to the bushing and the bar to the car. The bushings don't twist or move at all. They are very stiff rubber it seems.
Given the lack of a market, there is no way that an aftermarket company would supply these bushings.
Energy Suspension sells bushings, they don't sell THESE bushings. The bushings seem to be glued or otherwise attached to the bar. I didn't fiddle with the old one beyond trying to get them off by hand, but they seem to be on there pretty solid.There was a reply earlier in this thread that provided a link to a place that sells the bushings. I just read it - didn't verify.
How long did the job take?
What model do you have?
Well, you won't find a universal solution to this problem due to the way the brackets are designed, removing them from the bar aside.can you post photos and measurements of the old bushings, it would be a great thing for the forum. We could figure out an easy universal bushing solution to this issue.
I have a 2002 Mercedes Benz S430 contacted the dealer And they informed me for my vehicle I would have to buy the whole bar. They do not sell the bushings separately. However aftermarket are available.well did the knocking went away ??? Also did you tried dealer. I was just at the dealer the other day but forgot to ask how much they are