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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-16-2004, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
 
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Coming May 1st New Polyurethane Spring Isolators

Coming May 1st new polyurethane spring isolators. These new polyurethane spring isolators will replace the factory rubber isolators which compress over time and cause the rear to sit lower. Two isolators per spring and 4 per kit. Price is going to be $60.00 per kit.

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Great stuff Rich.

The group purchase springs are being shipped this week. Any chance of getting these poly rubber units in a couple weeks?

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Yes I will have 25 kits by May 1st. I should have the MN12 parts page updated by Monday.
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Man...you need to make Poly inner rear control arm bushings to accomodate the Knuckle kit. Now that would be nice.

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Grrrrr.....I'm so mad! I just TWO DAYS AGO purchased new OEM rear isolators from Ford. For another 20 measly bucks, I coulda had these...

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What are the advantages of going with polyurethane spring isolators other than they will not rot like the stock rubber ones?

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awesome, you'll be hearing from me around may 1st

need some goodies to go with the GP springs and shocks

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Here is the install for the isolators.

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Are they available yet (dont see them in the lineup on the website)? Or was that just a teaser?

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The parts page will be updated May 1st with the part. Until then you can order them. They will ship after the 1st.

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Are they available yet (dont see them in the lineup on the website)? Or was that just a teaser?
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-27-2004, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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We finally got our first stock shipment of the Polyurethane Spring Isolators. Thoes who have already ordered, yours will ship tomorrow. Sorry for the delay!

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