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Question Moog Rear Inner Upper and Lower P/N

Does anyone have the part numbers for new bushings for the upper and lower arms on the rear?

I already have poly's for the knuckle, and I'd like poly's for the inners, but I don't think they are available. So I'll be forced to go back with OEM.

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Here's what I see in the MOOG catalogue in front of me ...

Upper arm, to frame K8562
Upper arm, to knuckle K8588

2 kits required per car

Lower arm, bushing kit K8568
Lower arm, cam bolt kit K8522

2 kits required per car


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the arm bushings might not be poly. I got a set of Moog front UCA bushings and they were rubber Then again, I am not right from time to time.

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Yeah, the Moog parts are OEM (or slightly better maybe) or so I've been told.

The Poly's aren't available anywhere to my knowledge, but I want at least new, not 266K miles like I have on mine now.

fast Ed N: Thanks very much for the part numbers!!

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Can someone double-check these numbers?

On Rockauto, I'm coming up with a slightly different number for the lower arm to frame bushing:
K8658 vs. K8568

Unfortunately, they are both legitimate part numbers.

I think the correct number is: K8658 (Moog or Spicer; Rr Susp; Lower; To Frame; 2 required; Control Arm Bushing)

The order is going in soon and I don’t want to get the wrong part.

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Your eyes are playing tricks on you.

I couldn't find K8568. I think you mean K8562.

Upper rear arm to frame: K8562
Lower rear arm to frame: K8658

Sources: RockAuto and the Moog part look-up the Federal-Mogul web site
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