02-07 (KJ) Polyurethane Front Differential Bushings

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It might be less expensive for you to order them from Europe- there are a number of companies that make and seek them in Czechia and Poland.
Keywords are Jeep Cherokee III.
the only thing i found was a polish made snorkel. which is nice but not needed.

any useful links?
 

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If only there was a spiral wound repair guide called "Keeping yout Jeep Liberty Alive: A step by step guide for the complete idiot!" - for all you VW old-timers...
Would Buy.
 

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02-07 JEEP LIBERTY (KJ) POLYURETHANE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL BUSHINGS $129.95

Do you feel or hear a “clunk” when accelerating/decelerating? If so then your front differential bushings are a likely cause. The rubber material that the factory used for these bushings is very soft with considerable air space in the bushings, and these bushings are under tremendous strain during vehicle acceleration/deceleration. These three points lead to the early demise of the factory bushings.

Our polyurethane front differential bushings are the perfect replacement for your old cracked or missing rubber OEM bushings. Our replacement bushings are made using polyurethane that is stronger than the OEM rubber and they are 100% filled (no air space) which minimizes deflection between the inner aluminum tube and the outer housing.
I’m trying to install these bushings and ran into some issues removing old bushings. The instructions call for full removal of 3 oem bushings and cutting out the rubber on the fourth one. The 3 bushings that need to be removed are totally fused to the casing but i’ll try hydraulic press today and hopefully that will get them out. As far the one that needs to have oem housing left in place are there any good ways/trick/methods of getting all the rubber out?
 

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