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While I always measure as the parts book isn't always 100% accurate...

For your car there are only two choices - standard or H.D./Firm-feel (sales code SBB). For standard suspension, they are the same part numbers as above (4322017 & 4443426). If you have the H.D./Firm-feel option, the inner bushings are 4052613 and the outers are the same.

The difference is pretty slight, but using the Moog cross-references you'll see the differences. Here is K7138 (standard):
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And here's K7139 (H.D.)
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The standard duty piece is 0.02" (0.51mm) smaller in ID, but a little thinner and a little "taller." The H.D. part is slightly wider and shorter.

For the minuscule difference I'd personally gamble on the standard-duty setup and press on.

~Tim
Got another parts inquiry. Just swapped my rotted sloppy Saab 9-3 vert for a more rotted 86 Lebaron vert 2.2 T1. Do you know what the sway bar bushings are for that ?
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1986 had a dividing line based on build date before or after Jan 2, 1986.

Up to 1-2-1986: Inner (standard) 4322017; inner (firm-feel) 4052613; outer 4014420

After 1-2-1986: Inner (all) 4052613; outer 4322751
 

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1986 had a dividing line based on build date before or after Jan 2, 1986.

Up to 1-2-1986: Inner (standard) 4322017; inner (firm-feel) 4052613; outer 4014420

After 1-2-1986: Inner (all) 4052613; outer 4322751
Thanks for the intel. The Aries and Town and Country handle much better now. Looks like the original parts were still in place. Now have to do the 86 Lebaron
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Glad you got it sorted. I just completed revamping the entire front suspension on my '86 Daytona (built 1-86). I replaced all the bushings with Moog - which are fine to me - but I was actually pretty surprised just how well the OE bushings held up over 35 years. They were all still in one piece and somewhat pliable. Doubt the aftermarket bits will last as long.

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