Whats the name of that bushings to look for it? Where did you get it ? Do you think i can find it in rockauto??
These are the bushings for the Strut Rod.
Only Ford makes them like this.
The 2 smaller ones, 140A and 140b, are not solid rubber. They are made of 2 metal pieces bonded together by rubber. When you tighten them they will squeeze together 3/16" against the arm, then the center sleeves will touch and then you torque it to 80-100lbs. I compressed them in a vise and they measured 2" exactly.
I'll post pics of my old ones once I swap them out. Mine have separated into the individual pieces.
Part 271A also has a metal piece bonded to it.
Part 225AA is the only all rubber piece.
Most aftermarket bushings (Moog in below pic) are made from solid thermoplastic and slip over an included sleeve. They have a reputation for cracking after a few months. At least on the big end. So everyone is warned to stay away from those.
TRW makes rubber bushings, but no one had them in stock around me so I don't know how close they are to the Ford design.
I've seen another brand made of rubber, but they were very simple in construction compared to the Ford design. That raised a red flag to me right away.