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930 trailing arm crush sleeve question

Do you replace crush sleeves between inner and outter wheel bearings when rebuilding arms? Or can they be reused if within spec?

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I always reused them if they were within spec.

No adverse effects.

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I reused mine and they tightened up just fine, but this was only because I didn't know any better. Duh.
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I spent a considerable amount of time measuring stack height of the original and replacement bearings to see if the original sleeves could be used. There was no measurable difference between the bearings and I reused the sleeves, torqued as directed by the OEM and they work perfectly.
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I guess the big question to open back up this thread is WHAT is the original dim of the crush sleeve? Does anyone have a no used sleeve and an accurate caliper to measure for later reference?
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