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What is the difference between body bushings for a hard top and a post? I ordered up some new poly bushings for my 56 post car and I realized I accidentally ordered the http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ENS-3-4120G/ which says hard top only when I should of ordered the ones for a post car http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ENS-3-4106G/ ...

What is the actual differences between them? Can I still use the first set designed for a hard top or do I need to send these back and order a different set? I figured the frames would be the same so I can't figure out why they use two different sets. Any replies will be greatly appreciated. thanks ...
 

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The hardtop has an extra body mount so you'll have 2 bushings left over.
 

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The hardtop has an extra body mount so you'll have 2 bushings left over.


ah, I see.. So the rest of the bushings is the same between both kits? Good to know.. at least I messed up in my favor by having extras instead of not having enough. :) Thank you.
 

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Yes, you can use the HT set, you will have left over parts.
 
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