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Trunnion bushings.

The rest all depends on whether you've got the bronze greasable bushings or the rubber bushings.

If you give your VIN # to your Mack dealer they should be able to look it up and see just what you've got.

It's heavy work changing trunnion bushings and unless you've got the large jacks, jackstands, 1" impact wrench, cutting torch etc, you're better off having it done at a Mack dealer or a suspension shop.

"If You Can't Shift It Smoothly, You Shouldn't Be Driving It"

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Trunnion bushings.

The rest all depends on whether you've got the bronze greasable bushings or the rubber bushings.

If you give your VIN # to your Mack dealer they should be able to look it up and see just what you've got.

It's heavy work changing trunnion bushings and unless you've got the large jacks, jackstands, 1" impact wrench, cutting torch etc, you're better off having it done at a Mack dealer or a suspension shop.

Thank you.

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I done a set on a Granite not too long ago. Its very time consuming and hard work. If you end up doing it yourself, check the t-boxes and insulator pads to make sure they're still good. Don't hurt to go ahead and change them sos you ain't got to tear it back down later.

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