I'm slowly getting the trailing arms together.
The thing that has been a little difficult with this is that I'm limited to bushings with a 5/8" sleeve because the rear shock mounts are built into the trailing arm bolt, which is 5/8" . If I wasn't limited by this, I would have just ordered the bushings & ends from suicidedoors.com.
After some trial and error with generic leaf-spring bushings, I went back to the spring shop where I purchased the bushings and got some "energy suspension" polyurathane bushings.
The new bushings are for a '73-7? Ford.
I'm using 1.5" OD (1.25" ID) D.O.M. Tubing and pushing the bushing into the tubing.
Here's my latest concern....
The new bushings are not the tightest fit. Not loose, but not a tough press fit. However, when I push in the inner sleeve, the bushings really tighten up on the tubing. For those of you that have done this before, does this sound like it will work?