1995 V4P Fleetwood
Discussion Starter · #21 ·
That's where I am stuck. If I want to add a stiffer sway bar, I'm going to have to upgrade the LCA.... But the new ones all come with poly bushings.Having gone to poly lowers on the 91, I can say, it's subtly different for different road conditions than rubber. For slow moving up down dips, they actually feel softer as there is no bushing twist to add 'spring rate'. Other conditions like pot holes where the tire is also jarred rearward during the impact, they feel more harsh. So really depends on what you roads are like where you live. Same setup maybe be horrible one place and perfect somewhere else.
I have a tow pack so my front bar is already 30mm and rear bar is 26mm straight from the factory.
The rubber bushings are no doubt TOAST. So how soft will they really be right now? Will I even notice a difference between new poly and old rubber? Roads here aren't glass like FL or AZ, so we do have potholes. However, I go back to age of bushings and what the difference will be real world.
Any ideas on that front?