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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-13-2012, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Replacement wiper linkage bushings.

For the second time sense iv owned my Trep one of the wiper linkage bushings has broken and i was only able temporarily repair it but i don't think it will last.

So instead of getting another assembly from the yard that may not last very long and be just as loose as mine is now i decided to try and find new bushings.

After looking around for a couple of days i came to the conclusion that the Dorman kit might be what i need so i ordered it and it arrived yesterday.

This kit is for multiple manufactures but two of the bushing styles look like what mine has on it but im still not positive but im going to find out tonight when the wife get home from work.

Hopefully the ones i have are whats needed to repair this issue and tightens up the slop in the worn linkage.

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Two that i think will work.
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Awesome! This will be interesting.
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Well im still on the hunt for the right ones because not one of the parts in the kit will work

Why the hell do they have to use such oddball parts and not offer replacements
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CK mine did that and i bought the same kit so my final solution was to take the assembly out and fill the thing with gorilla glue the clamp it together with vise grips then when it was dry i trim excess and free the ball up inside the glue so it moves freely. been like that over a year and still works.
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