atlantadan· Premium Member
Yes, i decided to sell them in any mount.Neat. You could probably make a few $ if you ever decided to cook up a kit for sale
what is the durometer rating of the material?Yes, i decided to sell them in any mount.
At this moment 28pcs are ready to sell
Neat. You could probably make a few $ if you ever decided to cook up a kit for sale
cant measure, but with diff to original they same as in front legs of driver/passengerDuronw
what is the durometer rating of the material?
Just looked these up:Anybody do any updates on this?
I'm starting to lean towards removing the frame on my roadmaster wagon to clean and paint it, as well as replace the body bushings while the frame is out.
Very similar to the ES offerings. Still poly. But at least can support a smaller a local business. They'd always have a little trailer set up at the Englishtown spring/fall swap meets way back. I think his name was Tom. BIG dude. Used their bushings on the mustang. Can't say they were any better or worse.Just looked these up:
Softer durometer, less bushings
Firmer durometer, more bushings
If only there were a way to get ALL of the softer bushings ...
Wasteful indeed.So if one bought 2 of the lower-durometer kits, would that be enough bushings to do the whole car and then some? 😁 Seems so wasteful.
I understand this aftermarket quirk even less.And while it's true that sedans were spec'd with fewer bushings, wagons never were, and they used the softer bushings. Why not make a kit that's correct for wagons?
You and I are not the only ones who share this position about adding the bushings GM omitted.I'm 99% sure that if aftermarket companies made a kit that's correct for wagons (and would therefore also be correct for sedans but with 4 extra lower bushings), owners of sedans would happily use the entire kit, including the "extraneous" 4 lower bushings.
I'm really not understanding the logic going on here with omitting bushings.
I've admittedly foggy memories of several pre- Aug 2009 threads expressing this still-unaddressed complaint.
Must be lost in translation. Unless that's metric timesVerified personally 100500 times!