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There are 2 different sizes of bushings for this particular year 1968, need to know when they switched from the 1 7/8 to the 1 1/2 diameter bushing? is it by vin # or production date?

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Changes are almost always done by production date.Sometimes it is expressed as a date and sometimes they use a serial number or VIN number.The production date is your safest bet.

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