Re: Warning about Professional Parts polyurethane bushings - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I installed only the front bushing in the upper torque arm about a year ago, which seems to be the prevailing wisdom on the board - converting both bushings to polyurethane adds vibration and can lead to the body side mount getting pulled off of the fender. I have had no problem with it, but will say that I don't flog my engine very hard.
If anyone wants the rear bushing for the cost of postage, let me know. I have no intention of ever installing it, and it's a different size from the front bushing (narrower? I don't recall exactly).
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