The simple answer is no, if you want to replace it with another Clevite bonded rubber bushing. The XJ, TJ croud uses a 10mm bolt bushing, and the JK folks use a 14mm bolt bushing. Ours are 12mm bolt and no one makes a replacement bushing. All three bushings share the same barrell diameter and sleeve width, so if you want, you can pick up a track bar bushing for a JK, install it in your upper bushing (frame-side) hole of the track bar and then drill out your upper mount for a 14mm (9/16") bolt that can be torqued a lot tighter than the 12 mm. I did this on my JKS bar since I got tired of the JKS bushings and the KOR cutting board plastic ones allowed no forward to rear movement as the axle cycled up and down.
NCP 2749387 This is the Napa bushing.
'78 Cherokee Chief: 360/TH400/NOS QT, '04 Grand Cherokee: 4.7/545RFE/242HD w/SYE, JK Rubi front axle, 4.56 gears, Protofab rear bumper/tire carrier
I just tried the Moog# K200708 in my JKS track bar for my 2000 WJ and it doesn't fit. The moog bushing measures 1.45" in diameter and the ID of the JKS track bar bushing hole is 1.50" The moog rubber bushing is much stiffer than the JKS poly so I would like to use one like it, but it will need a sleeve to fit. Is the NAPA NCP 2749387 JK bushing a press fit in the WJ JKS track bar? TIA
NAPA now sells a replacement track bar bushings for the stock bar. It is NCP 2749386. I have not tried it and only know of one other person on here who has bought it, but not sure if he has installed it yet or not. It is their Chassis line, which is the higher end stuff if I am not mistaken, but for $13.50, its cheap.
Just a heads up, the part numbers are only 1 digit off between this and the one used above for the JKS bar. So I would double check the size before pulling everything off, just in case somebody messed up and it does not fit WJs.