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    Default Rear Sway bar bushings

    According to some of the posts here, the 99 Civic Si Energy Suspension urethane bushings will work on a 98 CRV. However, when I contacted Energy Suspension to confirm this, they indicated that they do not have any bushings for this vehicle year. Does anyone have suggestions or part numbers I can reference? Thx.

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    go to local auto parts store and verify with them what is your crv's rear sway bar size , if im not mistaking it;s 13 mm, sometimes they have them on stock
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    Default Re: Rear Sway bar bushings

    Quote Originally Posted by ranger04
    According to some of the posts here, the 99 Civic Si Energy Suspension urethane bushings will work on a 98 CRV. However, when I contacted Energy Suspension to confirm this, they indicated that they do not have any bushings for this vehicle year. Does anyone have suggestions or part numbers I can reference? Thx.
    Nevermind what Energy Suspension tells you, they only know what vehicle specific items they make. I will confirm for you that all the Energy Suspension bushings that they make for the 99 Civic Si WILL fit on the 1st gen CRV. I have a complete ES master bushing kit installed on my 1st gen CRV including the rear sway bar bushings. If you are looking for the end links, you will have to get the stock ones from a Honda dealer.

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