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Old 03-03-2017, 04:45 PM   #1
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Moog LCA bushing K200792

Im being driven crazy with this part, I know this is listed here, but on most of the parts sites its not applicable to HHR, only cavelier, maybe cobalt.

I called Moog, they said a new part number is K201285, but can't be found anywhere, and that K200792 is not applicable to HHR.

Is this just a bunch of BS and 200792 works just fine? Does it take more work to get it in? Why are they putting out a new part number?
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Because the HHR is discontinued?

They fit press out the rubber bushing press in the bearing bushing!
I've done this on several HHR's
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How many is that this week?

It is not listed for HHR because the HHR has not been made since 2011, so none came with it installed.

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/brak...ushings-49506/
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Odd that moog would decide at this point in time to come up with a part number specific to the HHR. If the k200792 is a perfect fit, they should just list it for the HHR instead of confusing everybody. The Cavalier is way out of production also, yet they list that model for this part.
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The HHR is a light truck, the Cavalier is a sedan. Different books.
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The Moog K201285 is for the HHR, it is tested compatible with the aluminum LCA



https://www.opticatonline.com/part/m...ol-arm-bushing

But wait the K200792 is listed now for the HHR

K200792

Chevrolet Cavalier 05-95; Classic 05-04; Cobalt 10-05; HHR 11-06; Malibu 03-97; Oldsmobile Alero 04-99; Cutlass 99-97; Pontiac G5 10-07; Grand Am 05-00; Pursuit 06-05; Sunfire 05-95; Saturn Ion 07-04; Ion-1 05-03; Ion-2 07-04; Ion-3 07


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I wonder why zinc plating costs $15 each.
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Extra step , research and development, just cause it's pretty! I've never been able to determine that, and I used to be a bean counter.

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I used the K200792 on both my LCA bushings.
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