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Old 06-10-2014, 01:31 PM   #26
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They are not the same. My kit just came in and I went and held the new bushings. The new ones I can not squeeze or flex, the ones on my car I can easily push in with my hand. The ones on my car are just soft rubber.
Maybe the part number for the cradle bushing (20941932) is not correct(?). Regardless, that is the number stamped on my front rear cradle bushing.

The pic below is inverted to read the part number. The white part at the base of the picture is the car body and the number is stamped upside down into the rubber part of the bushing.
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Old 06-10-2014, 09:18 PM   #27
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I was able to get a pretty good picture of my front cradle bushing (above). Could be that Chevy used up the first solid bushing model stock with some of the '12s/'13s before just using the 1LE version across the board. Or I just got lucky with this one.
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