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Polyurethane bushings #114250 Feb 28, 3:50pm Feb 28, 3:50pm
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Polyurethane bushings
I just had the whole suspension in my car checked, over the past couple of days. Nothing was wrong except for a lose control arm. My car is better, but not perfect. I suspect maybe some bushing some where. I was thinking of giving this a try or something similar>>> Energy Suspension My questions, does any one here have their bushings replaced with polyurethane? Would my car be unbearable with Hotchkis anti-roll bars, coilovers, and new bushings? Any comments on ride quality and noise would be appreciated.

Re: Polyurethane bushings [Re: hephaestus] #114251 Feb 28, 5:40pm Feb 28, 5:40pm
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polyurethane bushings will definately make you ride rough. They also need to be checked more often so unless your realy into racing I would go with stock replacements. Adding the dapening of coilovers would make the ride that much rougher but you could cut corners a lot easier so it's up to you. If you don't drive a whole lot in the course of a week then go for it!


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