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Front Poly Strut Rod Bushings

I have brand new poly strut rod bushings from Super Coupe Performance Parts. These are for the front of the strut rod that goes through the K member. I never installed them due to the fact both times I've rebuilt my suspension, the OEM bushings were still in good shape. Retail for $99.99+shipping so I'm asking $60 shipped OBO. It has the 4 bushings, 2 sleeves, 4 washers, and a pack of grease.


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Bump. Any offers? I know somebody needs some bushings. I'm always willing to work with serious buyers.

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Are these like the blue Moog (or various other brands for that matter) strut rod bushings from RockAuto?
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Moogs are thermoplastic not poly

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Moogs are thermoplastic not poly
like THIS?
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Drae don't mind xr7-46, he's just being a pest

With regards to my question, I was asking because I had already installed the blue Moogs, but I could swap them out because I still need a set for my spare mock-up engine K-member.
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Lol! No they are the bushings from Super Coupe Performance (SCP Parts). They are way different from the Moogs or even the OEM bushings.

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They are way different from the Moogs or even the OEM bushings.
That's the thing, I don't know how different they are, lol. Let me think about it.
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I'll get you better pictures when I get home later. They are pretty beefy though. Looks like they'll last a long time.

Just found these pics Bill at SCP sent me to show the orientation of the bushings.
http://rs1125.pbsrc.com/albums/l598/...ul.png~320x480
http://rs1125.pbsrc.com/albums/l598/...o5.png~320x480
http://rs1125.pbsrc.com/albums/l598/...uf.png~320x480

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I've got those on my car. I reused the stock sleeves and washers though as the other sleeves wouldn't fit on the strut rod

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Sale Pending.

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Let me know if the deal doesn't go through, still kinda interested.
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