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Old 05-26-2019, 11:20 PM
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Suspension Kit

Anyone used a Prothane Suspension Kit? Just looking to tighten up things in my '03. 180K, with 2" OME lift on 32's. It's a DD and just feeling a bit wobbly.

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like a bushing kit?

you're not going to want to do that as it will only bring in new issues.

what are you experiencing that you are trying to fix?

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Old 05-27-2019, 09:27 PM
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Ironhead Jed, what do you mean? I'm not necessarily trying to fix anything. I just figure after 15 years, things need to be replaced. And I know there's oem parts and upgraded parts. Just wanted to get opinions on the poly, I remember hearing pro and con.
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Ironhead Jed, what do you mean? I'm not necessarily trying to fix anything. I just figure after 15 years, things need to be replaced. And I know there's oem parts and upgraded parts. Just wanted to get opinions on the poly, I remember hearing pro and con.
Cons are squeaks and vibrations, depending on what you're actually replacing. Stock rubber bushings work as well as anything.
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Thanks Boogieman, read a few more articles and definitely don't increased noise! I'm on the fwy 60-80 miles a day, and they all say Poly makes rides much noisier, no good! OEM I guess it is.

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