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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-24-2004, 12:35 PM Thread Starter
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There are poly bushing kits available for our cars.

Are they worth the price?

How difficult is it to install the parts?

What if any are there any problems?

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front and rear suspension bushing kits.

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Thanks, but I know they are available.

I had the following questions:

Are they worth the price?

How difficult is it to install the parts?

What if any are there any problems?

Thanks,

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Depends on the ride you want. Polly wil be stiffer and last longer but make alot of squeaking. Rubber will give the cushy factory ride and will rot eventually.

The link he gave you also has installation instructions. I would read through them and judge the difficulty based on your skills and if you have the right tools. Pulling a tranny with a lift and tranny jack is easy. Doing it in my driveway on jackstands and a floor jack is NOT easy.

I just put in the www.mn12performance.com polly front anti-sway bar bushings and could feel a huge difference in body roll. My stock rubber ones weren't worn out, but I had the engine out and replaced them anyway.

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