I probably didnt explain that very well. The ball the bolt passes throough is metal. The pieces that capture the ball are plastic. I need the plastic part.
It is unlikely that you will find the outside piece (race) separately. If you can get the bearing out by removing the snap rings and can measure the critical dimensions, inside and outside diameters and width, you will find many sources to buy a new spherical bearing.
Mike.... FFR2100 - 331 With Kenne Bell 1500 Blower. T5 and 8.8 w\' 3.08\'s. Best ET 11.71 @ 117
Mike, I'm guessing you'll have to replace the entire bearing unit. My Koni 3012 shocks had the spherical bearing replaced with Penske pieces that had less slop in them... metal/metal, no plastic to wear out. Did you try Koni-NA, I'm guessing they'll have to stock replacement pieces, or the upgraded bearings too...
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Do a little checking as the ones in my konis looked more like the high misalignment versions in the pegasus link. The last time I did this I ordered from the chassis shop, checking ID and OD for a match. What I got was narrower than what was in my Konis (DAs from Levy) originally. It wasn't a big deal but I needed to add some extra length to the spacers. So check ID, OD, and width at the ID.
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