Hendrickson Rotating Bar Pin End Bushing

Truck Parts | January 23, 2012

The Rotating Bar Pin End Bushing was designed for ease in installation, the company says, as the installer needs to pay no special attention to the bar pin angle when installing the bushing. Once pressed in, the bar pin can be turned with a shop wrench or similar tool to the necessary axle angle. The bushing is part of a set that includes shims for axle alignment and fasteners for installation completion.

Hendrickson

hendrickson-intl.com

630-910-2800

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