Re: HOW THE HECK DO YOU INSTALL THESE POWERFLEX? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Vice is a good call.
The Powerflex poly is really nice stuff and will put up with a lot... I'm pretty sure you couldn't hurt it unless you truly, truly tried.
I'd not heard much about Powerflex in the US, but folks with Ford Sierras swear they're the only product that works. As a result I bought a bunch of their stuff for my XR4Ti, and the difference between it and common brands of poly in the US is stunning. They make just about every part for the c900, but I've only tried a handful of it. Nothing but great results... When I finally replace the engine in my SPG, I'll grab their a-arm bushings and do it at the same time.
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