23mm Sway Bar Bushings Pair (A4)

OEM Number: 1J0411314T Manufacturer Number: 411586

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Swaybar bushings for the 23mm front swaybar on newer A4 chassis VWs.

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Swaybar bushings for the 23mm front swaybar on newer A4 chassis VWs.

Worn bushings will cause a clunking sound in the front as you go over bumps and will affect handling as well.

This part supercedes the older 1J0411314G bushings.

Now sold as a PAIR since many customers were only ordering one by mistake and having to pay extra shipping on the missing item.
If you really only want one (why?), just ask.

These bushing are desgined to fit the 23mm sway bar, and their actual size is slightly smaller than 23mm.

Cross References and Supersessions:
AVB0323R
1J0411314G
863812
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Volkswagen
  • Golf TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ ALH Engine (1999-2003)
  • Golf TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)
  • Jetta TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ ALH Engine (1999-2003)
  • Jetta TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2005)
  • Jetta Wagon TDI (A4 chassis) w/ ALH Engine (2002-2003)
  • Jetta Wagon TDI (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)
  • New Beetle TDI (A4 chassis) w/ ALH Engine (1998-2003)
  • New Beetle TDI (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)

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2002 Golf. Make sure you check sway bar size. I assumed that since it was a 2002 it would use 23mm. Unfortunately looks like they could have used either one like mine....21mm. Also a bear to clamp it down Someone suggested long bolt to tighten up the clamp, worked great.

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These were SO tight I thought I got the smaller size by mistake. They measure around 21mm I.D. but that\'s correct. After looking online a bit, it seems the smaller size is also considerably smaller than that size bar, which makes sense but is unfortunately difficult to install. I used a pair of vice-grips to hold the swaybar toward the subframe, then threaded in a long bolt to get the bushing clamp onto the bushing (Don\'t over-tighten the long bolt while doing this, it will hit the subframe). Once the long bolt was partially in and the bushing partially seated, I re-clamped the vice-grips so the swaybar was kept in it\'s new tighter position, removed the long bolt, and threaded in the OEM bolt. From there it was torque to spec.

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Not so much wrong with the product as that these are REALLY hard to install.

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