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Old 08-24-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Poly Bushing Bashing?

I have heard very positive things about poly bushing sets on forums for passenger cars.

I see a so-called "master set" for my TJ for sale in the Quadratec catalogue.

Tell me why I should not get these since my rig rattles like a covered wagon.

Why do I read warnings about them here, especially when these warnings are generally quite vague as to WHY they should be avoided.

The kit looks mighty enticing to me right now.

Talk me out of it if you can. I am looking for specific reasons based on your direct, FIRSTHAND experience and NOT hearsay, please...


2003 Shale Green Metallic TJ Sport
2013 Black JK Sport S

A yellow bird with a yellow bill landed on my windowsill. You know the rest...
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Old 08-24-2013, 09:59 PM   #2
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how much articulation does the suspension on that passenger car have?

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Old 08-24-2013, 10:41 PM   #3
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I put a set in my ford f150 twin ibeam set up that pos would eat the rubber ones. Need less to say after those never had issues again with it. So I like them
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I have put many of them on suspensions. On many different vehicles, never any problem with them. The common complaint that I know of with them is using them for the body mounts, which can result in feeling vibration inside the vehicle.

I would recommend them for the suspension, not so much for body mounts.

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