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Deerslayer

2002 Polaris Magnum 325

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My friend's 325 has a loose A Arm on both sides of the front and you could tell that there was a rubber or poly bushing that was virtually non-existent on both sides. I order the flat bushings that appeared to be the missing spacer but they were actually the metal bushings. Looking at the manual for my 500 sportsman it appears that there is a "long bushing" and wondering if anyone knows if that is the one with the rubber or poly end on it. Also any tricks to doing a quick change out instead of full disassembly of the front suspension? Thanks for the help!

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